Saturday School of Community Languages

Connection Diversity Excellence

Telephone02 7814 2115

Emailsaturdaycl-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

A phased return to school: Guidelines for students

09 May 2020

Timeline of phased return to school

At all times

  • Centres are safe places for students, teachers and staff.
  • All students engage with their language curriculum.
  • Students and families keep up-to-date with school communications via email and social media.
  • Any identified cases of COVID-19 will continue to be managed in line with health advice.


Phase 0

Centres are open for students who need it

  • Families are encouraged to keep their children home wherever possible, with no student turned away.
  • Students who attend centres are supervised only, not in their regular classes.
  • Enhanced hygiene supply arrangements.

Phase 1

Year 12 students attend centres

  • Centres remain open for students who need it
  • Year 12 students and teachers attend centres
  • Students in combined Years 11-12 classes attend centres
  • Continued hygiene supply arrangements

Phase 2

Years 11 and 12 students attend centres

  • Centres remain open for students who need it
  • Years 11 and 12 students and teachers attend centres
  • Large classes may be split across different rooms
  • Students in combined Years 7 to 12 classes attend centres
  • Continued hygiene supply arrangements

Phase 3

 Years 7 to 12 students attend centres

  • Years 7 to 12 students and teachers attend centres
  • Large classes may be split across different rooms
  • Students with increased health risks may continue to learn at home to suit their individual needs
  • Continued hygiene supply arrangements

Phase 4

All students attend centres as normal

  • All students and teachers attend centres
  • All classes are as normal
  • Normal school assemblies and activities resume


Return to School Frequently Asked Questions 

Class times

Students are to follow the same session times. All lessons will continue to start at 8:30 am.

If you are sick

Please stay at home if you are unwell! Call your centre to notify them of your absence. If you come to school sick, your parent/caregiver will be called to come and collect you.

What to bring

Students should bring their usual books, pens, dictionaries, etc. required for their lessons.

Bubblers

Students are encouraged to bring their own water bottle instead of using the bubblers at centres.

Public transport

Buses and trains are still running! Please double-check departure times and make sure to practice social distance while travelling.

What happens next?

We'll keep updating you about changes to our Return to School plan. If you have any questions, call the school on 02 7814 2115