Parent guide for remote learning



Need some guidance on how to support your child during remote learning?

Cambridge digital resources are easily accessed at home by your child and many have a powerful Learning Management System that your child's teacher will be using to set tasks and monitor work.*


What can you do to help support their learning?

Getting started instructions can be found here if your child is new to online learning.


Need to brush up on topics like algebra or Index laws so you can help your child with their maths?

The videos embedded in our resources powered by Cambridge HOTmaths will step your child (and you) through mathematical processes just like a classroom teacher would. Learn more here.

Walkthroughs provided throughout the chapters break down the steps for solving an equation and allow students multiple attempts to answer each step. 

Interactive widgets will help students visualise mathematical concepts. 

Scorcher competitions are a great way to keep students engaged in maths. They can compete against other students in their class, school or across the state in timed multiple-choice quizzes. Did you know that over 490,000 Scorcher competitions are played each year? Learn more here.


*Interactive Textbooks powered by Cambridge HOTmaths and Edjin include a Learning Management System for teachers. Find out if your child's textbook is one of these here.

Our support pages for resources powered by Cambridge HOTmaths and Edjin contain a range of useful articles and How To videos for students and teachers


Did you know that Interactive Textbooks are available for all print textbooks?

All Cambridge print textbooks include access to a digital option. If you have not previously used a Cambridge digital resource, click here for instructions on getting started. All Interactive Textbooks include rich media such as videos, image galleries and links to websites to keep students engaged. Find instructions on note-taking and bookmarking for Interactive Textbooks here