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Parents in Greater Shepparton are now receiving Transition Packs from their Year 6 son or daughter's primary school. This is to assist them in placement in Year 7 for the 2021 school year. Applications for placement close May 29, 2020.

The current covid-19 situation means that we haven’t been able to schedule on-site Information Sessions and visits to McGuire Campus, where our Year 7 students normally attend school. However we will be hosting a series of virtual open nights with the first one scheduled for 7pm on Tuesday May 12. Executive Principal Genevieve Simson, Campus Principal John Sciacca and our Transition Team will be online to talk about our Year 7 offering and answer your questions in real time. Please join us on “Teams” at

You can find out more about our Year 7 program via a  pdf welcome letter (298 KB)  from Ms Simson and Mr Sciacca and our  pdf promotional flyer (1.01 MB) . We also encourage parents, carers and prospective students to "meet" Mr Sciacca via the short informational video displayed on the Home Page of this website.

12 March 2020

Victorian government school students will begin a phased return to classrooms before the end of May, following advice from Victoria’s Chief Health Officer that it is safe for the community to do so

Since the beginning of Term 2, most children in Victoria have been learning remotely, limiting the number of people moving around our state every day to help slow the spread of coronavirus.The Government thanks parents, teachers and staff for their incredible efforts in helping deliver remote and flexible schooling this term and, in doing so, playing a vital role in flattening the curve of this pandemic.

These efforts, and the biggest testing blitz in the country, mean Victoria is now in the position to begin moving back to face-to-face learning in the classroom.

From Tuesday 26 May, all Prep, Grade 1 and Grade 2 students, specialist school students, as well as VCE and VCAL students will return to on-site learning at government schools.

The next fortnight, and a pupil free day at all schools on 25 May, will give staff, schools and families time to prepare for the change.

Vulnerable students in years 3 to 10, and children in those years whose parents or carers cannot work from home, can continue to attend school on-site as needed during this period.

Students in the broader year 3 to 10 cohort will continue to learn remotely until Tuesday 9 June, to give the Government and the Chief Health Officer time to monitor and evaluate the effects that the return to school by other year levels has on the increased movement of people and transmission within the community.

The Government will invest up to $45 million for enhanced cleaning that will occur every day at every school across the state for all of Term 2 and Term 3. This will help to reduce the spread of viruses and germs in schools and will include the cleaning of frequently used high-touch surfaces.

All Victorian school staff will be prioritised for voluntary coronavirus testing for a two-week period from both mobile and fixed testing sites, starting today. This will enable school staff to seek testing during the preparation period before the return to on-site schooling.

Schools will be encouraged to implement a staggered drop-off system to reduce the number of adults congregating outside the school at any one time, as well as staggered break times to manage the number of students mixing across year levels.

Schools will also implement social distancing measures for all adults.The strict health protocols that are already in place will be followed if a member of the school community tests positive for coronavirus.