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We are preparing for remote learning from Term 2. This page provides an explanation and guides to the online tools we will be using in the event schools remain closed from the start of Term 2 on 15 April. Compass is our main online learning tool. If you encounter any difficulty logging in or using the program, our Compass Helpline will be available from 9am to 3pm, 6-9 April on 03 4804 5600.

Compass                                                                     

  • Compass is our only learning management system
  • All school work will be posted on Compass. Students are to work from Compass and parents will receive feedback via Compass
  • The link is https://gssc-vic.compass.education
  • Usernames and passwords have been distributed to parents. You can contact our Compass Helpline if you need it resent
  • Usernames and passwords for students are their school username and password.

Helpful Guides:  

  pdf Compass Introduction Logging In and Locating Support (Student) (175 KB)  

  pdf Compass Introduction & Logging In (Parent) 26 03 2020 (331 KB)                           

  pdf Instructions for setting up email on Compass (107 KB)

  pdf Compass Parent Email Guide March 2020 (201 KB)                                  

Microsoft Teams

  • Students can use Microsoft Teams to easily communicate with other students and their teachers.
  • Teacher may use this platform to host additional supporting materials, such as live video chats and supporting files
  • Link is https://teams.microsoft.com/downloads
  • Microsoft Teams can be installed on any laptop/phone/tablet
  • Username is: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (eg This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and their Compass/school password
  • NOTE: Anything on the platform is viewable by the school. Abuse is not acceptable and will be actioned.

Helpful Guides: 

  pdf MicrosoftTeamsforEducation QuickGuide EN US 1 (600 KB)    

   pdf Accessing Teams via Compass Student (126 KB)

Office 365/school email

  • This is the school email system
  • Link is https://outlook.office.com/gssc.vic.edu.au
  • Username is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (eg This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and their compass/school password

Clickview

  • Clickview is an online Video platform
  • Link is https://saml-in4.clickview.com.au/Shibboleth.sso/ADM1069946
  • Username is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (eg This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and their compass/school password

Please refer back to this page for further updates.

Telstra has partnered with Greater Shepparton Secondary College and RMIT University to equip 100 Year 10 and Year 11 students with a new laptop computer to keep and free internet access for the household for up to two years.

The pilot project is aimed at low income households to track study activities, daily routines and internet use over an extended period. To take part in Telstra Connected Students Program, eligible households must have:

  • A child in Year 10 or Year 11 enrolled at Greater Shepparton Secondary College
  • A Low Income Healthcare Card
  • An interest and ability to help university researchers understand the impact of internet access costs

Participating households will be offered a monthly broadband internet plan for the duration of their participation in the project, which may last up to two years. Years 10 and 11 students in participating households will also be provided with a laptop – theirs to keep at the conclusion of the project.

Participation in the Telstra Connected Students Program involves participation in an evaluation project conducted by researchers at RMIT University. This would involve a researcher coming to the student’s home (or agreed place of choosing) and asking questions about household work and study activities, daily routines and internet use. The researcher will visit two to three times over the duration of the project to ask these questions.

Participation will also involve completing surveys on the employment, study activities and internet use of parents, carers and other members of the household. Surveys will be conducted every six months for up to two years.

If your household is interested in participating, please submit the Expression of Interest form.