Dear Parents/Guardians,

Our traffic blockage during pick up is at its peak due to concerns regarding COVID-19. Please be patient and understand that this is a temporary situation due to people still avoiding the use of public transport.

We kindly require two things:

  1. Parents of Primary School Students with Senior School siblings, may use the Primary kiss and drop but we expect a courteous representation of our Senior Students in that space. Whilst we know how wonderful our Senior Students are, due to their size they can appear big and loud to the little ones waiting pick up from their mums and dads.
  2. Parents of Senior School Students are to use the High School pick up bays well, as done in the Primary school. Please do not park but do a loop and return if your teenager is not yet present in order to keep traffic flowing. We will have one of our lovely grounds people or teaching staff in high vis gear usher you on if you remain idling in the drop off. Let’s work on reasonable flow as a community and if you know your teen to be tardy perhaps arrange a slightly later pick up at 3:30 when traffic has abated.

One more note:

  • In the Primary School kiss and drop please exit carefully with clear indication and turn left at the gate.
  • In the High School please be mindful about the curbs in the car park and the students standing upon them.

To access our MBC K-12 response for Weeks 4-7 please click here.

To register for medical exemption, please email Those meeting the exemption definition will be forwarded further documentation on Weeks 4-7 from a remote learning perspective.

As a gentle reminder, if your child is sick, they must not go to school. You must keep them at home and away from others. Remember to maintain physical distancing from other parents and teachers when attending school, including when dropping off and picking up your children.

Please remember that all of the updates we have sent you so far are available to read via our News page on our website, accessible by clicking here

Kind regards,

Rob Gratton and Tracy Holmes

Principals – Mandurah Baptist College