Current Advice for the Covid-19 Outbreak
There are a range of health measures that can be implemented to reduce the risk of transmission of infectious illnesses, including COVID-19.
|Maintaining personal hygiene practices||
|Regular cleaning of surfaces||
When our students are required to isolate but are not physically ill with COVID we do expect them to be self-managing and work remotely from home. Our staff use Google Classroom to post work, so that no one is excluded from access to education. The normal school timetable should be followed. Your child’s class teachers are also contactable via email.
Please note that the school does not disclose details of any families affected by Covid. However, if your child prefers their teacher to know that they are home for 7 days, then they are welcome to email their teachers and let them know.
We anticipate there will be significant disruption to staffing in the coming weeks. It is our intention to remain fully open as long as possible and continue to teach onsite.
It may be that due to teacher Covid-19 self-isolation requirements we will need to roster home year groups at very short notice. If this is the case, we will notify parents/caregivers the day prior.
Students who are rostered home should continue with work set in their Google Classroom in preparation for a return the following school day. Teachers are always available via email for any questions students may have.
It is recommended that students who are off school (either as Positive cases or Household Contacts or with other medical conditions) should email their teacher directly to organise an extension.
If you need to speak to anyone regarding your individual situation, please contact the relevant person:
Covid-Related Concerns (Deputy Principals):
Academic Concerns (Deans):
Year 9 – Nicole Patterson ([email protected])
Year 10 – Anna Williams ([email protected])
Year 11 – Rusty Anderson ([email protected])
Year 12 – Alastair Tod ([email protected])
Year 13 – Luke Gardner ([email protected])