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Getting started in 2017

Welcome to SIDE and the 2017 school year!
 
New SIDE students

If you are a student commencing at SIDE in 2017, you should receive an email with the subject line Getting Started at SIDE (sender: SIDE 360). This email is sent to the email address that was supplied by you or your school at enrolment.

To access your DoE email, you will need to log into the DoE portal. To do this, use the Quicklinks menu on the banner or the E-Learning tab.


The Getting Started at SIDE email includes your login details for Moodle. It is vital that you login to Moodle as soon as possible and update your profile. To get to Moodle, use the Quicklinks menu on the banner or Logins under the E-Learning tab and select Moodle.

You will then have access to either SIDE Launchpad or SIDE Essentials to get started. Your teachers will add you to your subject courses as soon as possible.

Continuing SIDE students from 2016

If you were a home based SIDE student in 2016 you will not receive a Getting Started at SIDE email from SIDE 360. You should log in to Moodle using your 2016 username and password.

Problems

First, read the Fast Track to SIDE. Then have have a look at Guides and Helpsheets under the E-Learning tab for support.

If you have not received your Getting Started at SIDE email or you have forgotten your login details for Moodle please call us on 9242 6300.
If you have forgotten or don’t know your DoE Portal/Saba login details:

  • Public school students: ask your SIDE supervisor or someone in Administration at your school for help.
  •  Home based or Non-government school students: email your SIDE Student Coordinator or call 9242 6300.

Secondary Columns

  • Welcome

    SIDE is Western Australia's leading K12 distance education provider. Thousands of students across Western Australia and the wider world undertake their education with specialist teachers based in Leederville, an inner suburb of Perth. Founded in 1918, the school has become a cutting-edge e-school.

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  • Staying Safe Online at SIDE and Beyond

    At SIDE, we take cybersafety very seriously. In 2016, SIDE students undertook a series of online sessions on cybersafety presented by the Australian Government's Office of the Children's eSafetyCommissioner.

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  • Primary school website

    Looking for the SIDE Primary School website?

    http://primary.side.wa.edu.au