Our school has a COVIDSafe Plan to maintain the safety of all staff and students.
For detailed information visit: www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au
Friday 22 OctoberOnsite Years 7,10 &11Remote Years 8&9. Year 12 periods 1-4 only
Monday 25th OctoberOnsite Years 7& 11Remote Years 8,9 &10
Tuesday 26th OctoberOnsite Years 7,8,9&11Remote Year 10
Wednesday 27th OctoberOnsite Years 7,8,9&11Remote Year 10
Thursday 28th OctoberOnsite Years 7,10&11Remote Years 8&9
Friday 29th OctoberOnsite Years 7,10&11Remote Years 8&9
Monday 1st NovemberCurriculum Day Student Free Day
Tuesday 2nd NovemberCup Day Public Holiday
Wednesday 3rd NovemberOnsite Years 7,8,9&11Remote Year 10
Thursday 4th NovemberOnsite Years 7,10&11Remote Years 8&9
All year levels 7 to 11 returning to onsite
Staged return to onsite learning for schools
Masks are required to be worn Inside School Buildings , Outside, on the way to and from school and on Public Transport
Students aged 12 and over who are permitted to learn on-site at secondary schools must wear face masks indoors and outdoors, unless a lawful exception applies.
Students must wear a mask on their way to and from school, and on public transport.
Secondary students are not required to wear a face mask if they have an illness, condition or disability that means it would not be suitable to wear one.
Latest information can be accessed via https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/face-masks#do-students-at-schools-need-to-wear-a-face-mask
For the remainder of lockdownRemote and flexible learning will continue to be delivered to students on the days they are not attending onsite. FHS will continue to deliver the learning program via the Continuation of Learning Plan 6.0. Note that remote and flexible learning commences at 9am on Monday the 4th of October (the first day of term 4).Vulnerable children and children of people on the authorised provider and authorised worker list are able to attend onsite. A reminder that students who attend onsite will continue remote learning. Note that the school adheres to strict guidelines around eligibility for onsite supervision. These categories are listed below.
A) Children where both parents and or carers are considered authorised workers who cannot work from home, work for an authorised provider and where no other supervision arrangements can be made:
B) Children experiencing vulnerability, including:
Further advice for parents about education services that are affected by COVID-19 can be accessed via coronavirus.vic.gov.au
Call 1800 338 663, from 8:30am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 10am to 3pm Saturday and Sunday (excluding public holidays). If you need an interpreter, call 131 450.
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