School Newsletters

Please find below the most recent newsletters.

In order to be good stewards of the world God has created, our newsletters are emailed to parents each week on Tuesdays.

If you are currently not receiving the newsletter and would like to do so, please contact Narelle in the school office, or use our contact form to make an enquiry.

2021 Newsletters

Term 4 Week 5.pdf
Term 4 Week 6.pdf
Term 4 Week 1.pdf
Term 4 Week 2.pdf
Term 4 Week 3.pdf
Term 4 Week 4.pdf
Term 1 Week 1.pdf
Term 1 Week 5.pdf
Term 1, Week 2.pdf
Term 1, Week 6.pdf
Term 1, Week 3.pdf
Term 1 Week 7.pdf
Term 1 Week 4.pdf
Term 1, Week 9.pdf
Term 2 Week 2.pdf
Term 2 Week 6.pdf
Term 2 Week 10.pdf
Term 2 Week 3.pdf
Term 2, Week 7.pdf
Term 2 Week 4.pdf
Term 2, Week 8.pdf
Term 2 Week 5.pdf
Term 2, Week 9.pdf
Term 3, Week 1.pdf
Term 3 Week 5.pdf
Term 3 Week 9.pdf
Term 3 Week 2.pdf
Term 3 Week 6.pdf
Term 3, Week 3.pdf
Term 3 Week 7.pdf
Term 3 Week 4.pdf
Term 3 Week 8.pdf
2021 School Stationery List.pdf

COVID-19 Update Newsletter

CHO letter to education sector - 14 August 2020.pdf

Updated 19 February 2021

We're working closely with the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC),

NSW Health and other agencies to ensure our schools continue to operate in the safest ways possible in the COVID-19 environment.

School attendance

Students should be at school unless:

· they have a medical certificate which states that they are unable to return to school due to an ongoing medical condition and the expected timeframe.

· they are currently unwell.

In accordance with advice from the NSW Health, parents and carers are reminded NOT to send children to school if they are unwell, even if they have the mildest flu-like symptoms.

NSW Health has requested that schools encourage anyone who is unwell or has even mild flu-like symptoms, to arrange to be tested through their local medical practitioner or one of the COVID-19 clinics.

Students and staff with flu-like symptoms will need to be tested and provide a copy of a negative COVID-19 test result and be symptom-free before being permitted to return to school.

Students who do not undertake a COVID-19 test will not be permitted to return to school for a 10-day period. Additionally, they must be symptom-free for at least 3 days prior to returning to school.

Students who have seasonal allergic rhinitis or another condition that presents similarly to flu-like symptoms are still required to get tested for COVID-19 and return a negative test result. Where their symptoms continue beyond 10 days, students should provide documentation from their GP confirming their symptoms are typical for their condition. If the student develops new or changed symptoms, they should get tested for COVID-19.

COVID-19 testing for students with complex health or disability may be challenging. In these situations, schools will ask the parent or carer to have their child assessed by their medical practitioner. Where a medical practitioner determines that a COVID-19 test is not required, documentation must be provided to the school to confirm that the student does not have symptoms that warrant a COVID-19 test. The certificate must also indicate that the student is able to return to school.