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COVID-19 School Position

May 20

Belridge SC prides itself on the quality of teaching and learning we provide to our students. Our holistic approach and wrap around care ensure all students are supported in the best possible way to achieve success. At certain times in the foreseeable future we may not be able to continue our face-to-face teaching program, but that does not mean we cannot deliver a quality education. Our Connected learning program aims to ensure all students continue to have access to the highest quality teaching programs and are not disadvantaged throughout the pandemic.

The Student & Parent Guide – Belridge Connected Learning Plan 2022 outlines the learning expectations if we were to move to an online learning model due to COVID-19.

Current guidelines with regards to COVID-19 management at school

Notices will be sent via Connect with regards to COVID cases reported to the school

The safety of staff and students is a priority and extra cleaning and hygiene measure continue. The latest health information is available through WA Health Department

A reminder that it is mandatory whilst travelling to and from school for students using public transport or rideshare to wear a mask.

If a student is exempt from wearing a mask because of a pre-existing medical condition please contact your relevant Head of Student Services so your child can be issued with a pass:

Year 7 and 8 – Chadd Richardson
Year 9 and 10 – Heather Currie
Year 11 and 12 – Benjamin Dawkins

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.
For password issues – please click Forgot Password to reset your 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!  Please contact a member of the Student Services Team if your child requires support.

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.


May 20
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