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School arrangements for Term 3

6 August 2020

A ‘roadmap’ for ACT public schools has been released based on the ACT Government’s COVID-19 recovery plan.

On the advice of the Chief Health Officer, ACT schools will remain at the current stage of the Easing of Restrictions Roadmap for Public Schools until health advice changes.

Students across all years will continue with on-campus learning and schools will continue to support remote learning for students who are vulnerable to COVID-19.

The following activities are not currently allowed:

Schools will continue to limit the number of adults on school grounds, however where scheduled events are planned (such as one on one parent-teacher interviews and small assemblies of less than 100 people) parents can attend the school. Records should be kept of visitors entering the school so contact tracing can occur if required.

Advice for schools as COVID-19 restrictions ease from the ACT Chief Health Officer pdf icon (102kb)

For more information  on the ACT public schools Term 3 roadmap, please refer to the below FAQs.

FAQs for school communities

FAQs for school communities

Online Resource Library

Home Learning: Resources for Students and Families online portal has been developed to support parents and children learning from home. This online learning resource library is user friendly and suitable for students of all ages with a wide variety of engaging lessons, activities, podcasts, video links and family guides.

The portal is divided into three components - resources, family guides and get involved.

We encourage you to check back in regularly for new materials for your child or young person to engage with.

Well-being resources for student and families

COVID 19 – Wellbeing Support Resources for students and families

We understand the potential spread of COVID-19 may increase you and/or your family's feelings of stress and anxiety. We have collated a list of useful practical support resources.

Visit the ‘Support for Students and Families’ page for more information on the range of supports available

Advice for specialist schools

Our priority is the health and safety of all students and staff. We have prepared safe learning environments, in line with expert health advice, including arrangements for specialist schools. The following factsheets have been provided to specialist schools about the arrangements to be put in place to safely support your child at this time.

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These organisations can provide individual support or further information.