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Term 4 - staged return to onsite learning

 

Dear Parents

The Victorian Government has announced the Roadmap to Deliver the National Plan.

The Roadmap, which is based on advice from the Victorian Chief Health Officer, sets out the staged return to onsite learning in Term 4, with the plan being that all students returning onsite by Friday 5 November as follows:

Year levels

From Wednesday 6 October

From Monday 18 October

From Tuesday 26 October

From Friday 5 November

Prep

 

Monday – Wednesday

Monday – Wednesday

onsite full-time

Year 1-2

 

Thursday – Friday

Thursday – Friday

onsite full-time

Year 3-4

 

 

Tuesday – Wednesday

onsite full-time

Year 5-6

 

 

Thursday – Friday

onsite full-time

Year 7

 

 

onsite full-time

onsite full-time

Year 8-9

 

 

Tuesday – Wednesday

onsite full-time

Year 10

 

 

Thursday – Friday

onsite full-time

Year 11

 

 

onsite full-time

onsite full-time

Year 12 (VCE units 3/4 and final year VCAL and IB)

onsite full-time

onsite full-time

onsite full-time

onsite full-time

 

This will, however, depend on final advice from health authorities closer to each stage.

For Wallarano Primary School, this means that the following arrangements will be in place:

 

Grade or year level

Date of return

Days of week

Foundation

18th October

Every Monday/Tuesday/ Wednesday till Nov 5th

Grades 1 and 2

21st October

Every Thursday/ Friday till Nov 5th

Grades 3 and 4

26th October

Every Tuesday /Wednesday till Nov 5th

Grades 5 and 6

28th October

Thursday/Friday till November 5th

 

 

 

All students F-6

Friday November 5th

Friday till the end of the year

Remote and flexible learning will be delivered to students on the days they are not onsite.

Vulnerable children and children of parents or guardians who are on the authorised provider and authorised worker list can continue attending onsite.

Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) programs will be open for all students during Term 4 in line with their return to onsite attendance at school.

Vaccination

Getting vaccinated is the best way to be protected from and prevent the spread of COVID-19. I encourage all students aged 12 years and over and their parents to get vaccinated as soon as possible. To book a vaccination appointment go to coronavirus.vic.gov.au.

Mental health and wellbeing support for students over the holidays

Mental health support, resources and advice are available for students and families to access over the holidays.

Two factsheets for students and families have been developed to support the mental health and wellbeing of students during this time.

These have been developed to support school students and families over the school holidays to:

  • support positive mental health and wellbeing of students
  • identify signs that students may need mental health support
  • access available support

These fact sheets are also available in 19 different languages on the department’s website.

Please limit your movements over the holidays in line with restrictions and stay safe.

Thank you

Gail Doney

Principal

Wallarano Primary School


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