Operating During COVID Restrictions

Operating During COVID

Brabham Primary School

8 February 2022

COVID INFORMATIONAL UPDATE

 Effective immediately, please see the below additional measures to keep our schools open and providing face-to-face learning to your children:

  • Parents and carers can no longer enter classrooms, including to volunteer.
    Volunteering in the canteen or at the uniform shop is still permitted, while following the WA Government mask wearing mandates, and physical distancing from other adults.
  • You are allowed on school grounds for drop-off and pick-up in outdoor locations only, but please
    physically distance, avoid gathering where possible and follow mask wearing requirements as applicable
    in your region.
  • Students are NOT to play on playgrounds before and after school (this assists with COVID cleaning of play equipment).
  • We are currently planning and implementing further ways to minimise the risk of COVID-19 entering or
    being transmitted at schools including:
    * moving parent-teacher interviews to online or over the phone;
    * changing indoor face-to-face events;
    * cancelling or postponing school camps;
    * limiting the mingling of groups; and
    * modifying timetables, break times, and pick-up and drop-off times, where practical.

We are working through these changes and you will receive further communications as the details are
confirmed. For more information on the high caseload protocols visit WA.gov.au.

Thank you for your understanding as we take work together to take steps to keep our school safe and
open for learning.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to email the school on:
brabham.PS@education.wa.edu.au

Brabham Primary School

 

 

PARENTS PLEASE SUPPORT US TO MAINTAIN A HEALTHY SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT

Keep your child home if:

They are unwell, including a sore throat, cough, fever or headache

You or a family member has been exposed to someone who has COVID-19

Should your child be unwell and/or have a high temperature, please keep them at home.

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