The purpose of this update is to provide our College community with important and current information, and the College approach and actions for the coronavirus.
We will continue to update the information contained here as it comes to hand.
7 July 2020 – The Victorian Premier announced that stage 3 COVID-19 restrictions are to be reimposed on metro Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire due to an outbreak in cases.
These restrictions are to take effect from midnight on Wednesday 8 July for a period of six weeks and include a return to remote learning for students in Prep to Year 9 with Year 10 to 12 students continuing with onsite learning from Monday 20 July.
22 March 2020 – The Prime Minister, the Hon. Scott Morrison MP, announced new measures to protect Australians from coronavirus.
The Prime Minister, and state and territory Premiers and Chief Ministers agreed to further actions to support social distancing measures already in place, and to protect the Australian community from the spread of coronavirus. Premiers and Chief Ministers agreed they would give effect to these restrictions through their own legislative processes and make announcements accordingly.
Australians should expect these measures to be in place for at least 6 months.
The full statement can be found here.
The College will continue to communicate to parents the current measures being taken as more information is received from Government sources. The latest Principal’s communication to parents can be found here:
- Principal’s Communication to Parents dated 20 July 2020
- Principal’s Communication to Parents dated 13 July 2020
- Principal’s Communication to Parents dated 13 May 2020
- Principal’s Communication to Parents dated 23 March 2020
- Principal’s Communication to Parents dated 20 March 2020
Further information from Government departments:
- Department of Education, Skills and Employment
- Department of Health
- Department of Home Affairs
- State Government Department of Education and Training