COVID-19 Update – 7/08/2020
These forms must be submitted by 12pm each Thursday so that the correct ratio of staff can be rostered to supervise students.
COVID-19 Update – 19/04/2020
As of Monday 20th April, those families who indicated that their child doesn’t have access to a device, can collect a device from the General Office, between the hours of 9am and 4pm, each week day. Parents/carers are requested to read and sign a Loan Agreement Form before the device can be collected. Loan Agreement forms are available on our website or by contacting the General Office.
All families who send children to school will need to complete this form and email to Hayley Doyle email@example.com
COVID-19 Update – 08/04/2020
Students in Grades 3-6
Students who do not have access to their Netbook Computer because they haven’t paid the required amount, will be able to take this device home during the remote learning period. Parents are asked to collect their child’s device from the General Office, next Tuesday 14th April, between 9 am and 3.00 pm, or contact your child’s teacher to make alternate arrangements for collection. Please also let your classroom teacher know if your child will not have access to the Internet.
Students in Grades Prep-2
Please let your child’s teacher know if your child will not have access to a computer or digital device at home (e.g. iPad) for the purpose of remote learning. Students access to digital learning will be minimal and only form a minor part of the remote learning program. Please also let your child’s teacher know if your child will not have access to the Internet at home, as soon as possible.
COVID-19 Update – 07/04/2020
The Department of Education has this morning announced that schools will transition to flexible and remote learning, from the beginning of Term 2.
All students will be learning from home, except for:
Children on days when they are not able to be supervised at home and no other arrangements can be made. This will be available for children of parents who cannot work from home, and vulnerable children.
Students are asked to engage in the learning activities provided in the Take Home Learning Pack during the first week of the Remote Learning Plan. The school will provide guidance and direction about the second stage of the Remote Learning Plan, as soon as possible.
Tuesday 14th April is a Curriculum/Student-free day and school will commence on Wednesday 15th April. Students who attend school are asked to report to the General Office upon arrival. The Country Bus system will operate for students requiring this form of transport.
If possible, please phone the school’s General Office, on Tuesday 14th April, or notify your child’s teacher, via the Remind application, if you intend on sending your children to school during Week 1, so that we can organise staffing and learning programs.
I have every confidence that our highly dedicated and hard-working staff team will deliver the best possible educational programs, during these times, and would appreciate your continued support and understanding as we navigate these uncharted waters.
Essential Services Update: Tuesday 24 – Friday 27 March (Received late this afternoon)
Mrs Doyle and our schools leadership team will be in attendance on site this week, if required we will provide care and supervision programs for primary school students who are the children of essential service workers, where those families choose to send their children to school. Examples of essential services may include health, police, corrections and emergency service workers. Care and supervision will also be provided for vulnerable children.
*After school care will be closed as of tomorrow (24/3). For more information regarding After School Care or Vacation Care (Holidays) please phone: 0418558994