The number one priority in returning to onsite learning is to ensure the health and safety of students, staff and their families. There will be a staged approach to returning to on-campus learning in Term 4.
COVID-19 school arrangements
Home Learning: Resources for Students and Families
ACT Education Directorate
We aim to develop and deliver educational services to empower each child and young person in the ACT to learn for life.
Year 12 students will return to on campus learning from the start of term four (Tuesday 5 October). This is a critical time for Year 12 students, who are completing their final weeks of school and final exams and assessments.
The release of this year’s Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) will be delayed until Thursday 20 January 2022.
We have been receiving questions like this since ACT public schools moved to remote learning, particularly from the families of students with a disability or additional needs.
Today the ACT Government is opening up priority vaccinations for all ACT Year 12 students, AST supervisors and facilitators and to teachers, educators and staff that have direct contact with children in their daily work at schools and early childhood centres.
The Chief Minister has announced today that all ACT schools will continue with remote learning for the remainder of Term 3, which ends on Friday 17 September.
Parents and Carers Hotline
Parents and carers are encouraged to contact their child’s teacher or school principal about any issue or concern regarding their child’s welfare. Alternatively, parents, carers and community members can raise any concerns with the ACT Education Directorate through the Feedback and Complaints unit online via the ACT Education Directorate contact form or by phone (02) 6205 5429 between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.