UPDATE - 17/1/22
As announced by the Premier on Sunday 9 January, the start of the 2022 school year in Queensland will move from 24 January to 7 February to avoid opening schools during the predicted peak of the Omicron wave and allow more time for children to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations.
Schools will remain open for children of essential workers and vulnerable children during this period.
Essential workers are only those who absolutely must continue to attend their workplace during this time. The Department of Education has asked all parents to consider the Chief Health Officer's advice and stay home with your children if you can.
If you need to send your child to school you must ensure your child is well and not displaying any signs of illness.
From Monday 31 January, Year 11 and 12 students will undertake remote learning for one week until the revised formal start of the school year on 7 February. At least one lesson out of three per subject is to be face to face online lesson. New Year 11/12 students contact the school or emails email@example.com in Week 1 (24th February) to arrange an appointment to onboard their BYOD ready for online learning in Week 2.
All students will return to onsite learning on Monday 7 February (there will be NO staggered start).
- Year 7 students will report to the Student Centre at 9.00am
- Years 8-12 students will go directly to Form Class/Home Group at 9.00am.
- New Year 8-12 students are required to present to the Resource Centre at 9.00am.
The below information is now obselete as of 11th January 2022.
Years 7, 11 and 12 - Monday 24th January 2022 @ 9:00am:
7 meet at Resource Centre
11 & 12 meet at Student Centre
Years 7 to 12 - Tuesday 25th January 2022 @ 9:00am:
7, 11 and 12 attend classes as per timetable
8 meet at the Resource Centre
9 & 10 meet at the Student Centre
All year levels attend timetabled
classes – Thursday 27th
Please note: Wednesday 26th January 2022 is Australia Day Public Holiday