Here is the latest news on COVID-19 restrictions with resources and support available in our community.
If your child is showing symptoms consistent with the coronavirus, please do not send them to school. Please call (not visit) your GP or ring the national Coronavirus Health Information Hotline on 1800 020 080.
The School remains open for those students whose parents are unable to work from home. If you are able to keep your children at home, you are required to do so.
To assist with planning for student supervision of those who must attend school to undertake their OCL, a google form will be emailed out each week.
A reminder that "Parents must keep children at home if they can, any age and in primary, secondary and early childhood and care services".
OSHC will continue to operate for those students whose parents are unable to work from home.
OCL stands for 'Off Campus Learning'. This will be undertaken by all students Prep -Year 6 while we are in Lockdown. Prep - Year 2 utilises Seesaw for their OCL, while Years 3 - 6 utilises both Seesaw and Google Classroom.
Weekly Overviews are uploaded by classroom teachers each Friday afternoon for the following week.
The first point of contact for OCL matters should be the classroom teacher. Parents and students are able to email class teachers for assistance and teachers will generally respond between during school hours, unless they are at school supervising students who must attend.
Some students will be feeling a sense of isolation, anxiety or additional stress. If you find your child in this space and would value any suggestions, advice or support, please do not hesitate to contact: email@example.com. One of our suitable pastoral staff will be in touch in these circumstances.
School devices (Years 2 - 6 only) and OCL Learning Packs (all students) are available from Reception. If you haven’t collected the pack for your child, please come to Reception to collect it between 8.30am - 3.30pm.
Each classroom teacher will do a daily pastoral Zoom “Check-in” with their class. The time and link for this check-in will be uploaded to Seesaw.
Other lessons may take place throughout the week to Zoom. Information regarding these will be on the Weekly overview and the link uploaded on Seesaw.
Class Zoom meetings will be recorded.
ZOOM Etiquette for students
Students who are attending school should wear their Sport Uniform with their House polo.
This uniform should also be worn by students at home during Zoom calls.
Chapel will be pre-recorded by the Ministry staff from Campbelltown Anglican Churches and placed on Seesaw each Wednesday for students to view with their families from home each week.
Students who have any symptoms should not attend school. Students with a cough, runny nose, sore throat or temperature must have a Covid-19 test. Prior to attending school, these students must be symptom free and email proof of a negative test result to the School.
Non-essential visitors are not permitted onsite. All parents / carers are strongly encouraged to utilise Kiss ’n ’Drop if their children need to attend school.
All parents / carers must check-in using the Service NSW QR code when onsite, even if this is only for a brief period of time.
All parents / carers who come onto the school grounds must wear a mask, in line with government requirements. This includes parents using drive-thru to drop off or collect their children.
Co-curricular activities are not permitted to take place at school during OCL.
Band and Strings programs will have OCL tutorial tasks posted on Seesaw each week.
Peripatetic Music teachers may make contact with parents individually to arrange online lessons.
All camps and excursions have been postponed or cancelled until further notice.
School photographs have been postponed until Term 4.