COVID19 update for Greater Sydney


Schools in Greater Sydney are learning from home. Parents must keep their children at home. Visit latest advice.


13 July 2021 Georgia Anton | News | Year 12  

We had the pleasure of taking our Year 12s to the WSCE at the end of last term. This was a forum for the boys to gather information that will enable them to make the most informed decision regarding their post school destination. The boys found it really useful, productive and resourceful. Once again they were great ambassadors for our school and would like to wish them well in their future pursuits.

I would also like to thank my colleagues who attended this excursion, others who supported by taking on on in-lieus and a big shout out to Sathya Kumaralingam the Year 12 Year Adviser and Chabes Elaro DP in charge of Year 12 for their ongoing support.



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09 July 2021 Catherine Player | News | Whole School  

A couple of important updates for The start of Term 3:

Face masks are mandatory for all staff, students, contractors or visitors entering the site. They need to be worn at all times whilst on school grounds.

Mandatory electronic check-ins using the QR codes at the front doors is required by all staff, parents and contractors when they enter premises and check out on departure.

Under current restrictions parents are not permitted on premises. Parents need to call the school and make an appointment if they need to attend the school to pick up something for their son/s before attending.

The only gate that will be open is the front gate in Bridge Road. All entry for students, visitors and contractors is through this gate.

Students will need to enter via the front gate, sign in on the sheets provided and move to the fig tree for further instructions.

Please be sure to continue to check Facebook, the school website and emails for on going information about restrictions. We will continue to keep you informed about these ever changing circumstances. Please stay safe.

08 July 2021 Kevin Elgood | News | Year 12  

Ahead of next week’s four day return to learning from home for students in Greater Sydney, the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) COVID-19 Response Committee is today reassuring students that the HSC is going ahead in a COVID safe way.

Chair of the Committee Professor Peter Shergold said teachers, students, parents and carers are understandably concerned about the impact of the current COVID-19 situation on senior students, and that a number of changes to NESA’s rules have been made to support principals, teachers and students during the current outbreak.

As approved by the NESA Board earlier this year, schools already have the flexibility to change their Year 11 and HSC assessment programs to accommodate the impact of COVID,” Professor Shergold said.

Additionally, earlier this week, the NESA COVID-19 Response Committee agreed to a two- week extension of the deadline for schools to submit their HSC assessment marks.

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