Apologies for the delay in this update, which was intended for Monday 30 November.
The Western Australian border will reopen to New South Wales and Victoria on 8 December. The latest advice from WA’s Chief Health Officer has classified the spread of Coronavirus from the two states as very low risk, removing the requirement for travellers to spend 14 days in mandatory quarantine. South Australia is still regarded as medium risk, which means tough border restrictions will remain in place for that state until at least 11 December.
From 5 December, Western Australia is introducing mandatory registers at venues to help contact trace in the event of a COVID-19 outbreak in the state. The contact registers will be conducted through the Safe WA app, allowing patrons to check-in electronically. Information will be kept for 28 days and can only be accessed by contact tracers if required. Businesses must keep a written register for people who do not use the app.
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