The back to school plan for 2022 has been released. Queensland school communities are using a range of COVID-19 prevention and health measures to limit the risk of transmission. The back to school plan outlines the current and additional measures to ensure our school communities continue to be COVID-19 safe.
In addition to the COVID safe measures currently in our school, the following will also be in place from 7 February to 4 March 2022:
If your child is sick or feeling unwell, please keep them at home. Students can receive priority access to RATs at Queensland Health testing clinics.
Parents and carers are also asked not to come on school grounds.
School camps, excursions, assemblies and large gatherings have been suspended and limits have been placed on external contractors, face-to-face staff meetings, parent–teacher interviews, and professional development.
If your child becomes sick at school, they will be immediately isolated in a safe place, and you will be contacted to collect your child. When you collect your child you will receive a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) to administer at home.
All high school students including those who are under 12 years of age, all school staff, along with volunteers, family members, contractors and other visitors are required to a wear mask while at school, unless an exception applies.
Parents and carers have been emailed further information about our school’s approach.
To find out more about the back to school plan, visit https://qed.qld.gov.au/covid19.