Coronavirus Updates

COVID-Smart measures at School

The School will continue to prioritise the wellbeing of our students and staff, and a consistent and productive learning environment.

Students and staff should continue to stay home when sick

Students, staff and visitors should only attend school when they are symptom-free. We strongly encourage all students, staff and visitors to follow the guidance issued by NSW Health

Parents must watch for COVID-19 symptoms

If your child is unwell – even with mild symptoms – please keep them home and get them tested.

If children have any symptoms, they should take a COVID-19 test.

If symptoms continue your child should stay home and take another COVID-19 test.

If that test is also negative, your child may return to school if another diagnosis is confirmed such as hay fever.

Read more about when to get tested for COVID-19 and the changes to testing.

Understand more about rapid antigen tests.


The NSW Government strongly encourages all students, staff and their families to get vaccinated.

Children aged 5 and older can get the COVID-19 vaccine. Parents are encouraged to book their child in for a vaccination at the first available opportunity.

Once eligible, all adults are encouraged to get a booster vaccine.

Book a vaccination or booster using the Healthdirect Service Finder.

Read more about vaccination for children aged 5 to 11.

NSW Health are encouraging all parents and carers to make sure their child’s vaccinations – including non-COVID vaccinations – are up-to-date.

Parents and carers who are unsure whether their child has missed any vaccinations should speak with their GP or refer to NSW Health’s Immunisation requirements in primary and secondary schools.

COVID-19 positive cases

If your child has no symptoms and there is a positive case in their class, year or other grouping, they should continue to attend school in line with NSW Health advice.

Staff and students who receive a positive rapid antigen test must tell their school as soon as possible and follow NSW Health advice for testing positive to COVID-19.

Read the NSW Health advice on when to isolate

Discover how to manage COVID-19 and access support.


Masks are an effective way of minimising the transmission of respiratory diseases including COVID-19. Masks are recommended to be worn by people who believe they have been exposed to COVID-19.

Find more information and guidance for using face masks.


Visitors can attend school sites regardless of their vaccination status but are asked not to attend the school if they are unwell and experiencing flu-like symptoms.

Learning remotely

The School will continue to offer access to digital and printed learning resources to support students who need to learn remotely.