Please note, as of this week (23.11) we will be reducing our updates from Monday, Wednesday and Fridays to once a week, on Mondays.
As of Saturday, Western Australia’s new controlled interstate border has come into effect. Under this system, travel from ‘very low risk’ states and territories will be permitted, with conditions on arrival including declarations, health screening and possible COVID-19 testing. These jurisdictions currently include Tasmania, Queensland, Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory because they have had no community cases for more than 28 days.
Travel from ‘low risk’ states and territories also permitted, with similar conditions on arrival, in addition to 14 days of self-quarantine and a mandatory Day 11 COVID-19 test. These jurisdictions currently include New South Wales and Victoria because they have less than five community cases per day on a 14-day rolling average. Due to the evolving situation in South Australia, it has also been added to this list of jurisdictions.
As a gentle reminder, if at any stage someone in your household has travelled interstate and is returning, we request students to remain at home if self-isolation is required for an immediate family member and it is being done at the home residence.
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
Principal – Primary School
Acting Principal – Senior School