COVID-19 & School Closure Updates
Parent Updates on COVID-19 & St. Andrew’s Grammar’s Current Status
Monday 18 May: Compulsory Attendance & Ramifications – Thursday 14 May Important Parent Information: Start of Term 2 – Thursday 23 April Term 2 Learning Opportunities – Friday 17 April Online Support – Chaplaincy Service Available – Friday 17 April Tuition Fee Respite – COVID-19 Financial Difficulties – Thursday 9 April Secondary Parent Information Update – Thursday 9 April Primary Parent Information Update – Thursday 9 April Parent Information Update – Wednesday 8 April
Secondary Learning Online Update – Tuesday 31 March
Primary Learning Online Update – Tuesday 31 March
Teacher Development Day on Monday 30 March – Friday 27 March
School Closure relating to Front Line Health Workers – Monday 23 March
School Closure as of Monday 23 March – Monday 23 March
School Closure due to COVID-19 – Sunday 22 March
School Attendance Update – Thursday 19 March
School Preparations Update – Wednesday 18 March
School Preparations – Monday 16 March
Remote Learning – Our Students are at Home, but their Education Continues!
Thank You to Parents and the Community for their Support
Media Updates – Monday 23 March
St. Andrew’s Grammar in Dianella has become the first WA school to officially call off classes, after a parent tested positive for the virus. Principal Craig Monaghan explains.
Online Parent Information Session – COVID-19 – It’s not “Rocket Science”
*Andrew is a Chartered Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) professional (ChOHSP) with over 20 years’ experience working across many industries, both locally and internationally and has tertiary qualifications in Chemistry, Pharmacology, OH&S and Business Administration. He is passionate about using education as a means of bringing out the best in others. Andrew is married and has 3 children currently attending St. Andrews Grammar School.
Get the Facts on Coronavirus
Information about the coronavirus outbreak is spreading fast, but what do we actually know about the illness? In the video below, CBC News medical contributor and family physician Dr. Peter Lin breaks down the facts about what it is, where it came from, how it spreads and what you can do to protect yourself.