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As a school community we continue to follow the NSW Department of Education and NSW Health COVID-19 guidelines.  The school continues to maintain a high standard of hygiene and cleaning. Please remember to keep your child at home if they are unwell and notify the school immediately if your child has come into close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 person. As a school community we will be implementing the following in response to the COVID-19 guidelines;

–          Staggered start and finish times. Kindergarten and Stage 2 will commence school at 8.45am each morning and finish at 2.45pm. Stage 1 and Stage 3 will commence school at 9am and finish at 3pm. More information about afternoon pick up procedures will be sent home shortly.

** NB: For Day 1 of Kindy (Wed 3rd Feb) – individual staggered start times have been advised to each family. This information was provided in the same email that advised your Best Start interview time. **

–          Parents and carers are not allowed on our school site during school hours except for the following purposes only:

1.       Essential parent and carer meetings with teachers and/or school executives, with a scheduled appointment.

2.       Parents and carers who attend school for the purpose of picking up their child if they are unwell or where they have been asked to arrange for a COVID-19 test after their child has displayed flu-like symptoms while at school.

3.       Parents and carers of Kindergarten students will be allowed on the school site to drop off their children on the first few days of school provided they follow physical distancing and hygiene measures implemented by the school. Staff will be at the main entrance on Friday morning to support students in Years 1-6 settle into their first day back.

–          Visitors to our school will be required to check-in using the Service NSW QR code in addition to completing the NSW Department of Education COVID-19 declaration form.

–          Staff will continue to actively implement hygiene procedures including students using hand sanitizer and supervised hand washing