Warragamba Public School resumes operations

Warragamba Public School will resume operations tomorrow, Tuesday 5 May 2020.

Warragamba Public School was non-operational for on-site learning today, 4 May 2020 as we had a student diagnosed with COVID-19.

The school will resume operations tomorrow, Tuesday 5 May 2020.

The NSW Department of Education and NSW Health have been working closely to ensure the health and safety of all students and staff is maintained. This included identifying close contacts of the confirmed case and communicating directly with them regarding their requirement to self-isolate.

The students and staff identified as close contacts have been notified and were asked to self-isolate for the required period and not return to school until this time has elapsed.

A close contact is a person who has spent significant time either face-to-face (15 mins) or in an enclosed space (two hours or more).

The school has been thoroughly cleaned ready for school to resume tomorrow.

Schools in NSW are open for students, however, the NSW Government is encouraging parents to keep their children home this week for at home learning when possible as we transition to the next stage of schooling on May 11 2020. The Department has set up educational provisions to help students learn at home. All students, whether they are on or off campus, will continue to learn and will be provided with the same tasks to complete.

For students attending school, the school will be vigilant in implementing the department’s infection control procedures including daily cleaning in accordance with normal protocols, the promotion of healthy hygiene habits and will make hand sanitiser available for staff and students to use while at school.

The safety and wellbeing of our staff and students is of paramount importance to us at all times. As such we will continue to work closely with NSW Health to ensure that all necessary health advice is adhered to.

Further information on COVID 19 is available on NSW Health website. If you have any education-related questions please contact 1300 338 679 (1300 EDU NSW).

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