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As we are slowly getting back into our schools, workplaces and our social lives, please remember to focus on good hygiene habits, physically distance from others, and use common sense. We are not out of the woods yet! Have a great week people xoxo #healtheharm #kindnessalways #saysomething #forthekids #kickcovid19inthebutt #educationforall

Students across NSW will be back in the classroom full-time from next Monday, 25 May. The success of the phased return to face to face teaching has demonstrated the education system and community are ready for school to come back full-time. Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell thanked school communities and parents for their patience during this difficult time. Ms Berejiklian said a return to full-time face to face teaching and learning is crucial for the education progress of every child in NSW from Kindergarten to Year 12. “Since starting a managed return to the classroom, we have seen a strong degree of confidence from our school communities in managing COVID-19 and a clear desire for all students to be back at school,” Ms Berejiklian said. “We expect schools to stick with the health advice – increased cleaning, access to hygiene supplies

  A video from our Principal and Deputy Principals about the phase 1 return to school plans From Monday 11 May (Week 3) students will begin a phased return to school. The phased return will maintain distancing in the classroom while supporting students' education and wellbeing. Most students will continue learning from home and will only attend school 1 day each week. Our school will continue to provide detailed information about the return to the classroom throughout the rest of Term 2. Measures to keep schools clean and safe for all students and staff include: 25% more cleaning time focused on high-touch areas priority deliveries of hygiene supplies including soap and hand sanitiser local school changes to pick up, drop off, lunch and recess times and processes. Read more about the department's plan for a phased return Please find below a copy of the Phase 1 - Returning to School Students

Whilst some restrictions on our lives are going to be lifted, things are still moving slowly. Look after your thoughts; be kind to yourselves in your minds. Talking about how you feel is very important for your overall wellness, especially if you're feeling a bit cooped up! Stay well, friends xoxo #kickcovidinthebutt #saysomething #onlinewellness #forthekids #allforoneoneforall #kindnessallways

To welcome our students back for Term 2, join us at 8.45am from Wednesday 29 April to Friday 8 May for a special live stream.   Musician Guy Sebastian, TV foodies Matt Preston, Gary Mehigan and Manu Feildel, Gardening Australia host Costa Georgiadis, Sydney Swans player Ollie Florent, and our very own Eddie Woo, have donated their time to kick start learning from home each morning from 29 April - 8 May. Tune in each day at 8:45am. We can't wait to see you! Video – NSW Education LIVE sneak peek Duration – 0:30 Check out this special sneak peek of NSW Education LIVE – 8:45am weekdays from 29 April. Transcript of NSW Education LIVE sneak peek. NSW Education LIVE schedule Wednesday 29 April – Guy Sebastian – musician Thursday 30 April – Matt Preston, Manu Feildel, Gary Mehigan – TV foodies Friday 1 May – Ollie Florent – AFL player, Sydney Swans Monday 4 May – Eddie Woo –

NSW school students will gradually transition back to the classroom during Term 2 as the Government continues to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Education and Early Childhood Learning Sarah Mitchell outlined the plan for students attending NSW public schools to progressively return to face-to-face learning in week three of Term 2. Ms Berejiklian said health advice continues to be that schools remain open, and parents, teachers and students can be confident that school is safe place. “We are grateful to all families who kept their children home from school at the end of Term 1 and to teachers who worked tirelessly to deliver education online,” Ms Berejiklian said. “This allowed us critical time to prepare our schools to develop better online learning options and for considering additional hygiene measures to allow schools to return. “We know that nothing is more