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The following shows all Remote Learning Announcements that have appeared on the Remote Learning Home Page.

Dear students, parents and carers, and staff The Premier announced this afternoon https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/statement-changes-melbournes-restrictions that we move to Stage 4 restrictions from 6 pm tonight. Recently, I have frequently been reminded of the maxim to take one day at a time. I will be as succinct as possible, acknowledging that there will be many questions. However, many of these will need to wait for further information and clarification. As the Premier said this afternoon,…
Dear students, parents and carers I’m writing to update you about the situation at our school, after a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19). I’d like to thank the entire school community at the outset for your patience and understanding during this difficult time. This afternoon I was advised that the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), as the lead health agency,…
Dear students, staff, parents and carers Consistent with the communication sent this morning, in the absence of further advice from the Departments of Health and Education the school will continue to remain closed tomorrow Tuesday July 28. All classes will be conducted remotely for students in Years 7-12. Please be aware that when classes are confirmed as returning onsite, that the wearing of protective masks will be required.…
Dear parents, carers, students and staff, I’d like to thank the entire school community at the outset for your patience and understanding after a student at Princes Hill Secondary College tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19). I have been advised by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) that contact tracing for our school is ongoing so our school remains closed. I would like to inform you that the deep clean of the school has now been completed.…
Dear students, parents and carers, and staff School closure and remote learning No doubt you have learned through the media in the last few days that the Department of Health is experiencing long delays in following up with contact tracing where cases of Covid-19 are confirmed.  This has presented significant challenges for schools in providing timely advice to their communities following confirmed cases.…
Dear parents, carers and students, I’m writing to update you on the situation at our school. I have been advised by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) that contact tracing for our school is ongoing. DHHS, as the lead health agency, is continuing to identify and speak to all close contacts of the student at Princes Hill Secondary College who tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).…
Dear parents and carers, The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has confirmed that a student from our school has tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19). Princes Hill Secondary College initially closed for 24 hours as a precautionary measure. Following advice from DHHS, Princes Hill Secondary College will close from Tuesday 21 July for a further 72 hours for cleaning and contact tracing. This closure will allow time for the school and DHHS to undertake a full risk assessment.…
Right now with the school officially closed, it is especially important that we show kindness to each other and express our care and concern for those who are awaiting coronavirus test results as 'close contacts' or are unwell. The global experience is that any one of us has the capacity to catch and transmit the virus - we are absolutely, including neighbouring schools, all in this together.…
Dear Year 7-10 Students and Parents A reminder that tomorrow, Year 7-10 classes commence with students learning from home according to their Term 3 Compass schedule. Students need to log in to Compass and follow the instructions in the Compass Lesson Plan for each class; including links to Zoom classes, resources on the Wiki and Learning Tasks and communications on Compass. Students should be aware that teachers will be monitoring attendance in Zoom lessons,…
Dear students, parents and carers, Our school has been advised of a reported case of coronavirus (COVID-19).  This case has been reported to the Department of Education and Training (DET) and Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and DHHS is undertaking further investigation. As a precautionary measure, Princes Hill Secondary College will be closed for 24 hours tomorrow while we await further advice.  The school will be closed to all students, staff and members of the community.…
 Learning Program from Monday 20 July From Monday 20 July we will be moving to remote and flexible learning. This will be for all students other than Year 11 and 12 students and Year 10 students undertaking a VCE or VCAL program. Provision will be made for Year 10 students who need to undertake remote learning from school before/after their on-site classes. The latest information about coronavirus (COVID-19) and schools can be found at education.vic.gov.au/coronavirus http://www.education.vic.…
Dear students, staff, parents and carers, I’m writing to clarify my message sent yesterday regarding on-site teaching and learning arrangements in the coming weeks. Following further advice today and in line with DET requirements, students in Year 11 and Year 12 will be learning on-site every day in Term 3, along with Year 10 students undertaking VCE and VCAL subjects. The adjustments previously communicated for next Monday and Wednesday and thereafter will no longer apply.…
Dear Students, Parents and Staff Following the announcements made by the Premier and Minister for Education at their press conference at 11am today it is confirmed that classes for students in Y11 and 12 will proceed on site until further notice. Significantly, it has also been confirmed that Year 7-10 classes will operate remotely (i.e. at home) from Monday July 20 (next week) until at least Wednesday August 19. There are no Y7-10 classes at all next week.…
Dear Students, Parents and Staff Having received advice from the Department late today I can confirm that as flagged, temperature checks will be conducted for all Year 11 &12 students on arrival at school. Public health and Department recommendations do not include mandatory or widespread use of face masks in school settings. However, students and staff may choose to wear medical face masks, and we understand and accept their use. Importantly,…
Dear Students, Parents and Staff Following announcements made by the Victorian government and confirmed yesterday evening by the Department of Education, I can confirm the following specific Department advice. The new arrangements for schools in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire are as follows: There will be five pupil-free days from Monday 13 to Friday 17 July for all students except for the following: Students enrolled in Years 11 and 12 Students in Year 10 enrolled in a VCE study,…

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