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Coronovirus COVID 19 Update

28 May, 2020

See below for the College’s position and guidelines for parents :

As of Monday 18 May 2020, all students are expected to attend school, except for those students medically referred by their G.P. to learn from home.  Please be assured that we are following current advice as per the Chief Medical Officer’s guidelines with regard to health and hygiene practices across the school.  See latest Information Update, Frequently Asked Questions and the Chief Health Officer’s latest advice below.

Latest notices:

COVID 19 Parent Information Update – 28 May 2020

Previous notices:

COVID 19 Parent Information Update – 14 May 2020

Frequently Asked Questions – 14 May 2020

Updated Advice from Chief Health Officer – May 2020

COVID 19 Parent Information Update – 5 May 2020

COVID 19 Parent Information Update – 29 April 2020

COVID 19 Parent Information Update – 24 April 2020

Chief Health Officer advice for parents on return to school

Distance Education @ Belridge Secondary College

Are you encountering access issues with Connect?
To ensure your access is ready for online learning, please contact the school for assistance with your Connect account.


Belridge SC COVID-19 Mental Health Support 
We appreciate that our families are facing uncertainty and will undoubtedly be feeling anxious about the COVID-19 pandemic – well, we are here to help!  The Student Services Team have put together a Connect Classroom – which is one with a difference! The idea is to support students and families by providing information that may be relevant to your circumstances. Next time you or your child login to Connect look out for Belridge SC COVID-19 Mental Health Support.  Information can be sourced from the Library and Notices tabs.


The Department of Health are monitoring the situation and the school will act on the Government of Western Australia’s advice to take any necessary precautions for our students and staff.

For the most up to date support and advice go to www.healthywa.wa.gov.au/coronavirus or call the Health Direct helpline on 1800 020 080 for more information on the virus and its symptoms.


28 May, 2020
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