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The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is maintaining a list of Frequently Asked Questions to assist Victorians in understanding Coronavirus and helping to slow its spread in the community. More general health information and daily updates are available from the Department here.

The Department of Education and Training has additional advice with respect to schools and early childhood services.

Return to these sites regularly to keep you and your family informed of current health advice.

With school holidays commencing early, Year 7 vaccinations scheduled for Wednesday 25 March at McGuire Campus have been postponed.

We will advise parents on a new date for Year 7 vaccinations as soon as practicable.

Students commence school holidays from tomorrow 24 March and at this stage return to commence Term 2 on Wednesday, 15 April.

VCE students will be provided with work later this week and parents will be notified of collection points at each campus via Compass.

Phone lines will be open for each campus for the rest of this week from 9am-3pm.

  • McGuire Campus: 03 5858 9800
  • Wanganui Campus: 03 5820 9900
  • Mooroopna Campus: 03 5825 2344

Information Technology Help lines will be available from tomorrow 24 March until 27 March to deal with Compass support and any general IT questions.

  • IT support number: 03 5858 9888
  • Compass support number: 03 5858 9882

NAPLAN testing will not proceed for 2020. This decision was made by Education Ministers last week in recognition of the disruption caused to schools by Coronavirus (COVID-19).

This has created additional work as teachers prepare for the possibility that schools will need to move to more flexible learning programs, including remote learning.

You can read the full statement from the Education Ministers detailing this course of action.  

We have introduced the availability for parents and carers to message teachers via Compass. Please note that teaching staff may not be able to respond immediately and will endeavour to reply wthin two to three days of receiving a message.

Parents and carers will find a link to instructions on how to message teachers on Compass. Scroll down "My News" to the item "Parents messaging teachers via Compass" to find the link. 

Statement From The Premier

22nd Mar 2020

I will inform National Cabinet tonight that Victoria will proceed over the next 48 hours to implement a shutdown of all non-essential activity across our state to combat the spread of Coronavirus.

This is not something that we do lightly, but it’s clear that if we don’t take this step, more Victorians will contract coronavirus, our hospitals will be overwhelmed and more Victorians will die.

Victorians will still be able to go to the supermarket, the bank, the pharmacy and other essential stores, like petrol stations and convenience stores. Freight, logisitics and home delivery are also considered essential and will remain open.

I will also inform National Cabinet that school holidays will be brought forward in Victoria, starting on Tuesday 24 March.

All measures to be implemented by Victoria are consistent with the health advice provided by the Victorian Chief Health Officer.

The decision whether to re-open schools after the Term 1 holidays will likewise be determined following advice from the Chief Health Officer.

I will have more to say on these measures tomorrow morning.

The Hon. Daniel Andrews, Premier of Victoria

Your latest edition of the GSSC newsletter is now availalbe. In this edition you will find important information on teaching, wellbeing, a guide to our Learning Mentors across all campuses and more.

You'll also find great photos from recent excursions (before they were unfortunately postponed) like our Outdoor Education students at Wilsons Prom.


Executive Pincipal Genevieve Simson has written to parents and carers with important information relating to the cancellation of parent-student-teacher conferences and the rescheduling of other events. A hard copy of this pdf letter (191 KB) will be sent home with students tomorrow.

Please find this important pdf statement (117 KB) from the Victorian Chief Health Officer made 16 March 2020 regarding the importance of schools remaining open at this time.

Notice from The Department of Education:

All Upcoming Camps and excursion have been cancelled due to COVID-19. This will include the Year 7 and Year 9 Camps to commence week beginning 16 March. All classes will run as normal.

Students that were going on camp and have not received a notification will be catered for, a secure location to store camp gear will be provided and uniform exceptions will be in place. We are very sorry for the inconvenience,

Please note this action is focused on the very important role school need to play in both protecting the health of our students and staff and in supporting broader efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19,