Mallacoota P – 12 College
Change of Plans
Return to School – Term 4 2020
Mon 5th October – remote learning continues
Tues 6th October – Curriculum/Pupil Free Day – no students at school, no remote learning
Wed 7th October – students sitting GAT exam at school. Remote learning continues for all other students
Thurs 8th October – All primary students return to school. Remote learning continues for Secondary students
Fri 9th October – All primary students at school. Remote learning continues for Secondary students
Mon 12th October – All students at school
We are looking forward to welcoming all our students back next Term.
- All students will be temperature checked on arrival at school.
- Drop off and collection of students: If parents are dropping students at school or collecting at the end of the day, we encourage this in one of three locations- Bucknall St entrance, Hunter St North or Hunter St South entrances. We request that adults do not congregate and demonstrate good social distancing.
- Entering school: There will be hand sanitiser at each entrance and into each classroom. Everyone entering the school will be expected to sanitise upon arrival. Regular hand washing and sanitising will be expected throughout the day.
- Visitors to the school: This will be limited to deliveries and essential school services.
- Drinking taps and the water filter will be off limits. All students are asked to bring a re-usable water bottle filled each day> Refills are available at the office.
- No sharing of food (this includes for special occasions.)
- Camps and excursions will not resume at this stage.
- There will be additional cleaning during school hours.
Mallacoota P – 12 College serves a small vibrant community in Victoria’s Far East. Our purpose is to maintain a happy learning community where students from prep to year twelve can achieve to their full potential in a unique social and natural environment. The College prides itself on maintaining high academic standards within a supportive and inclusive environment. Emphasis is placed on maintaining a school culture of mutual respect where all students, parents and staff feel safe and supported. We are committed to maintaining positive relationships with the wider community. School facilities and grounds are used by a range of community groups after school hours. Positive relationships and communication between home and school is a key component in creating a successful learning environment. Staff and parents are asked to communicate regularly in a range of settings and to work together for the benefit of our students. The College is governed by a strong and dedicated school council who have a long term commitment to making Mallacoota P – 12 College a leader in best school practice. A student representative council provides students with a voice and allows our students to take a leadership role in the directions and running of the school.
Tim Cashmore Principal
NOTICE: Hunter Street (North side of school)
In order to reduce risk to students and local residents, drivers using Hunter street (North) are asked to park in a way that eliminates the need to reverse during the busy drop off and pick up times. Thank you.