15 May 2020 Martyn Bawden | News | Year 07   Year 09   Year 10  

Parents & caregivers of Years 7, 9 and 10 students -

Further to the email sent to you early in April, please note that weekly on-line literacy numeracy exercises​ for your son are now in the third week. These exercises will continue weekly until the end of Term 2, even if normal schooling resumes during this time.

It will be remembered that, with the cancellation of the Year 7 & 9 NAPLAN tests this year, these exercises are providing important information about your son's literacy & numeracy progress. In Year 10, they are also good preparation for the Minimum Standards tests, which will now likely be held near the end of this Term.

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12 May 2020 Catherine Player | News | Whole School   Coronavirus  

Students begin partial return to school from 11 May 2020 in accordance with the plan announced by the NSW Premier of a phased resumption of normal schooling.

This Information Booklet has been designed to give you important information and answer some questions you may have about the arrangements in Phase One. Click here or on the image for the information booklet. Information in the booklet includes:

 

  • Timetables for phase one
  • Department of Education information on the phases
  • Important information about school procedures during phase one
  • Frequently asked questions and answers.
  • Wellbeing Information.

Please do not hesitate to contact the school if you have any further questions or queries about arrangements.

11 May 2020 Catherine Player | News | Whole School  

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR ALL YEAR 7-10 STUDENTS
As you know, students began a partial return to school today.

All students need to bring their own device to continue their on-line learning whilst at school.

Please ensure that your laptop is fully charged for the start of the day and bring your charger in case you need it.
Students are reminded that mobile phones are not to be used whilst on school grounds.
Students will continue their online lessons that have been created by their teachers and will be supervised in a classroom of no more than 15 students.