Lock down in ACT schools - Colleges - Term 4 Return
For Erindale College students, classes in the first 2 weeks of Term 4 (Year 12, Year 11 and Year 10) will continue remote learning with the current timetable as we have done for the last 4 weeks.
AST exams will go ahead as planned. Cambridge exams with specific details about times, locations and other requirements during this period will be sent out via email or through the Google Classroom closer to the dates.
Other practical essential assessments may also occur for Year 12 students only in select classes. Students involved in these classes will be informed of this through Google Classroom via their teacher. If and when students need to attend school for these essential assessments ACT Health hygiene protocols will need to be followed including the wearing of face masks, social distancing, staying home if unwell, using hand sanitiser etc.
Students who have unofficially left as they have completed the requirements for their ACT Senior Secondary Certificate are able to come into the college during weeks 11-12 to officially sign out and to return college equipment such as Chromebooks, Graphic Calculators, Library books etc. Please make an appointment with Leica Burt via email email@example.com between the hours of 11:00am and 2:00 pm Monday to Friday. Please note appointments are for 15 minutes and you will be notified of a time close to your requested time if your requested time is taken. Please come into the front office wearing a mask and follow COVID health advice. If you would prefer to wait until week 13 when the school will be back face to face then that is also fine.
The Education Directorate wants to hear from public school parents, carers and students about how we can make the transition back to onsite learning as positive as possible, how we can support your wellbeing needs, and what you need to feel confident that our school is a safe place to be. The links below will open separate surveys. Responses are completely anonymous.
The surveys will be open until Friday 24 September and will help inform our planning for the safe return to school in term 4. We encourage all parents, carers and students to complete the survey if they can. Each survey will take around 10 minutes to complete.
I wish you and your family a restful and productive couple of weeks, and thank you for your support as we navigate these complex times.
Diana Whymark | Principal, Erindale College | General Manager, Erindale Education Recreation Complex
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