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Transition back to school - prep and year one

 
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Dear parents and carers,

As you may be aware, the Queensland Government has announced that students in prep and year one will be returning to school and participating in classroom learning from Monday 11th May 2020.

If parents choose not to send their prep or year one child to school, they will be responsible for their child’s learning at home – the classroom teacher will no longer be responsible for providing alternative home-based learning . As is the current process,  If your child is participating in learning at home, parents will need to advise the school on a daily basis – if contact is not made then normal student absence processes will apply.

As social distancing is still required for adults, it has been requested that schools utilise stop, drop and go as the method of drop off and pick up for students to eliminate any unnecessary gathering of adults on school grounds.  Please also be aware that school bus services are still running.

Children of essential workers are also able to attend school when they are not able to be supervised at home and no other arrangements can be made.  Essential worker means any worker who must continue to attend their work for essential business.  Please be aware that evidence of your required attendance at work may be requested.

If low transmission rates continue, it is expected that students in years 2 – 6 will return to school on the 25th May 2020.  An announcement regarding this will be made by Friday 15th May 2020.

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Last reviewed 12 May 2020
Last updated 12 May 2020