Support for teachers and advice for parents and carers to keep students learning outside of the classroom.


This site offers a collection of resources to help support learning while families are home due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the suspension of in-class instruction. It will be updated frequently as we identify more resources and new information to share. We hope you find the site useful and appreciate your support as we work together.


Distance learning content provided by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development, including an e-library.

Educational platform developed by Maldives government providing online learning material for students and supports teachers.


Free online education links for students who are stuck at home as schools are closed because of COVID-19.

Learning and Teaching on COVID-19. Towards human-centered and meaningful online teaching. Guidelines for teachers.


To support distance learning, two online spaces went live recently: Learning from Home and Ki te Ao Mārama. These websites have resources for parents and whānau, teachers and leaders spanning early learning through to senior secondary, and new material will be added to these over the coming weeks.


Online platform with all courses as per the national curriculum for pre-primary, primary and secondary schools.


The Singapore Student Learning Space is a platform that supports Teaching and Learning in all schools through the use of technology.


  1. Department of Basic Education (DBE) website at provide links for access to online content resources for parents, caregivers and learners to support learning at home on its landing page. These include:
  • Links to study material, multimedia and reading material;
  • Links to “Tips for Parents” such as extending learning at home, homework to improve learning outcomes, cooperative learning and learner wellbeing;
  • Links Provincial Curriculum Portals, COVID-19 Online Resource and News Portal, National Assessments (Grade 1-9), SABC Education Virtual Academy and Previous examination papers (Grade 10-12): and
  • Links to information about broadcast support on the DBE TV Channel 122 OVHD, Lockdown Digital School, Mindset TV on DStv, Radio Stations: KZN and Mpumalanga Radio Stations.

DBE and Bhelela partnership online portal at provide access to state-owned content resources such as electronic e-textbooks, teacher guides, study guides, e-workbooks in PDF, ePub and HTML formats as well as other Open Education Resources (OER) such as PhET simulations, Apps, storybooks, encyclopaedia, Khan Academy videos. The link was sent to all HEDCOM ICT Subcommittee members for distribution to stakeholders via their provincial online and offline platforms.

DBE and 2Enable partnership online platform at provide learners with free access to the 2Enable mobile learning platform. 2Enable provided support through CAPS-aligned text-based and video content, with assessment questions. Also available on the platform are readers for primary school learners. 2Enable is downloadable from the Google play store, Apple store or Microsoft store. The subjects offered included:

  • Grade 10 – 12 Accounting, Business Studies, Economics, Dance Studies, English Home Language, Geography, Life Sciences, Visual Arts and Physical Sciences;
  • Grade 7 – 9 Creative Arts, Economic Management Sciences and Natural Sciences;
  • Grade 4 – 12 English First Additional Language;
  • Grade 8 – 12 Life Orientation and Maths Literacy; and
  • Grade 1 – 12 Mathematics.


Kolibri is a free-of-charge, and easy to use digital learning platform; with education content approved by the National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC). It is aimed at empowering students with skills required to survive in this era of information technology.

The e-Learning platform’s content covers science and mathematics for O-Level students. Each topic is presented with illustrations; some of which are in video format. Kolibri will ensure that the students are occupied during the Covid-19 quarantine period until schools are re-opened.