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Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools

Coronavirus advice

New start dates for 2022 school year

Term 1

from Tuesday, 25 January – Friday, 4 February 2022

All Toowoomba Catholic schools are open to children of essential workers*.

Children attending will be supervised by staff and not engaging in formal learning activities.

Parents, who are essential workers, and sending their child to school should get in contact with the school office for information about what children should wear and what equipment they should bring.

*Essential workers include, but are not limited to, doctors, nurses and other frontline medical staff, retail workers, haulage drivers, police offers, early childhood and school staff.

from Monday, 31 January 2022

Years 11 and 12 students will undertake one week of remote learning.

Outside School Hours Care (OSHC)

Vacation care will not be available from Tuesday, 25 January to Friday, 4 February 2022.

During this time, OSHCs may be operating with reduced staff. Parents are advised to contact the coordinator to book children in for before and after school care where it is available.

Keep up to date

Parents are asked to check communications from their child’s school to keep up to date and receive specific information about their school’s arrangements.

Further information and advice

Toowoomba Catholic Schools continues to work closely with the Australian Government, Queensland Government, led by Queensland Health, and other agencies to manage any outbreaks of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Please check Queensland Health coronavirus information for the latest advice including FAQs and self-quarantine information. The Australian Federal Department of Health also provides information regarding novel coronavirus.

Please check Queensland Health coronavirus information for the latest advice including FAQs, contact tracing and self-quarantine information. The Australian Federal Department of Health also provides information regarding novel coronavirus.

Queensland Health

Novel coronavirus including translated content

Australian Federal Department of Health

Information regarding novel coronavirus

Student health and wellbeing

Coronavirus - a guide for parents

General hygiene

Practicing good hand and respiratory hygiene may help protect against infections. Cover your mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing with a tissue, or cough into your elbow, dispose of the tissue into a bin and then wash your hands afterwards. Wash your hands regularly, after using the toilet, and before eating.