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Please see below for the latest COVID guidelines

Face masks

Face masks, while recommended, are not required in any school setting. This means students in grades 3 to 6, staff and visitors in primary schools are no longer required to wear face masks. Any student or staff member who wishes to wear a mask may do so, including those who are medically at-risk.

Screening requirements

Students and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19, and have completed their 7-day isolation period, now do not need to undertake rapid antigen test (RAT) screening for 12 weeks after their release from isolation. This was previously 8 weeks.

Testing Covid Positive

Staff and students who test positive for COVID are required to isolate at home for 7 days and not attend school.

Household contacts

Students and staff who are household contacts of a COVID-19 case are no longer required to quarantine. They can return to school as long as they undertake Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs) 5 times within their 7-day period and wear face masks indoors, if they are aged 8 years and older, unless they have a valid exemption.

Vaccination requirements for visitors to schools

Parents, carers and other adult visitors (not performing work) are no longer required to show evidence of two doses of COVID-19 vaccine.

Community use of school facilities

Schools will no longer need to request evidence of vaccination of staff or workers from external community groups who use premises outside the school’s normal operating hours.

RAT screening program

The supply of RATs will continue for the first 4 weeks of this term.

Thank you for continuing to keep our community safe