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Students have experienced drastic changes this year to their learning. As a school, we used this as an opportunity to come together and think about the endless possibilities there are to engage differently with education. We asked students “what they have learnt about learning” and “how we can live and learn in a Post-COVID-19 world”. In small group projects, students came up with answers to these questions in their own unique way. Look through all the projects below. COVID Group 1 COVID Group 2 COVID Group 3 COVID Group 4 COVID Group 5 COVID Group 6 COVID Group 7 COVID Group 8 COVID Group 9 COVID Group 10 COVID Group 11 COVID Group 12 COVID Group 14 COVID Group 15 COVID Group 16

Each year NSW Health works in partnership with schools to offer the vaccines recommended by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) for adolescents as part of the school vaccination program.   In 2020 the following vaccines will be offered to All year 10 students -       Meningococcal ACWY vaccine as a single dose   Parent Information Kits that include an Information sheet, consent form and privacy statement these were sent home last Monday 29th June.  If you did not receive a pack, spares will be available by contacting the office from Tuesday 21st July. To consent to the vaccination of their child, parents / guardians are advised to:   ·         read all the information provided ·         complete the consent form, including signing their name next to the vaccine/s  they would like their child to receive ·         return the completed consent form to the school office ·         ensure that their child eats breakfast on the day of the

Disability Sport on the School Sport website has just been updated https://app.education.nsw.gov.au/sport/disabilities Disability sport now has 5 pages covering; competitive sports, participation sports, classification, multi class and masterlists. The content is relevant to everyone. Teachers and parents can find all sorts of information from events on offer, through to the classification processes and Multi Class scoring. Our aim to create a “one-stop shop” to assist with disability sport, and hopefully this is a step in the right direction. We encourage you to explore the website and promote throughout your school community. Feel free to add it to your school’s website or social media. You may even want to present it at an upcoming staff meeting or TPL session. The more people who use the website the better, to help promote sport for our students with disabilities.

I am writing on behalf of TAFE NSW to confirm the staged resumption of modified face to face classes for TVET. You can rest assured that TAFE NSW has state-wide guidelines, and risk management practices in place for the the safety and wellbeing of all students. Following consultation with all school sectors and WHS specialists from the Department of Education, comprehensive risk assessments for all classes have been completed, which consider the complexities and variations of adult learning environments. As a result, specific social distancing and hygiene measures are in place that consider the size, space and use of learning facilities, alongside the numbers and needs of the students. In addition to class-specific measures, TAFE NSW has implemented: Enhanced cleaning and hygiene, including handwashing facilities and the use of hand sanitiser. Social distancing measures, including specifically 1.5m from adults on campus and

I am writing on behalf of TAFE NSW to confirm the staged resumption of modified face to face classes for TVET. You can rest assured that TAFE NSW has state-wide guidelines, and risk management practices in place for the the safety and wellbeing of all students. Following consultation with all school sectors and WHS specialists from the Department of Education, comprehensive risk assessments for all classes have been completed, which consider the complexities and variations of adult learning environments. As a result, specific social distancing and hygiene measures are in place that consider the size, space and use of learning facilities, alongside the numbers and needs of the students. In addition to class-specific measures, TAFE NSW has implemented: Enhanced cleaning and hygiene, including handwashing facilities and the use of hand sanitiser. Social distancing measures, including specifically 1.5m from adults on campus and