It has been very exciting to hear of the return next week of our Prep, Year 1, Year 11 and Year 12 girls. We are also hopeful, of course, that the rest of our students will be able to return on 25 May. This would allow us to return to approximate normality with exactly half of the term still remaining. Of course, even though there seems to be an easing of some state and national restrictions, we will continue to follow all government directives and guidelines to ensure our physical environment continues to be as safe as it possibly can be. Mrs Johnston has sent information today (7 May) about how we will continue to cater for those girls who are unable to return to school with their cohort for whatever reason. I encourage you to contact me if you have any questions about those processes.
As you know, we have been continually seeking feedback on the success of our Learning@Home program. Each survey has had a very high response rate for which we are appreciative. The feedback from students (Week 1), parents and staff (Week 2) has been both positive and consistent.
We have really appreciated reading the feedback and have been able to act very quickly on suggestions to maximise academic and social outcomes for your daughters. The messages of thanks and support are genuinely appreciated.
Dr John Fry
Deputy Principal - Studies