The Victorian Government has announced that, on the advice of the Victorian Chief Health Officer, regional and rural Victoria will move to Stage 3 restrictions and metropolitan Melbourne will move to Stage 4 restrictions to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
As part of the 2021 Course Counselling Process, we recently streamed some presentations for parents and guardians on our Facebook page.
In line with advice from the Victorian Chief Health Officer, the Victorian Government has announced that those in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire must wear a face covering when they leave home from 11.59pm on Wednesday 22 July 2020.
This means that school-based staff, secondary school students and any visitors to schools in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire will be required to wear a face covering. The Victorian Chief Health Officer has advised that any face covering will be acceptable – it does not need to be a surgical mask.
As you would be aware, the Victorian Government has recently made a series of significant announcements about the introduction of new measures across metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). These include announcements about a change to arrangements for schools and the start of Term 3.
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Just as it is important to look after your physical health during the changing circumstances around COVID-19, it’s important to keep on top of how you are feeling.
The Minister for Education has announced that, on the advice of the Victorian Chief Health Officer, all Victorian government schools will transition to remote and flexible learning arrangements during Term 2 of 2020. This means that from the start of term two all students who can learn from home must learn at home.
In light of the Australia-wide restriction on indoor gatherings of 100 people or more as a COVID-19 precaution, the Hallam Community Theatre is suspending all shows and new bookings from today until further notice.
Hallam Senior College continues to follow the current advice and directions provided by DET and Victorian health authorities regarding the rapidly emerging outbreak of Coronavirus. The DET issues advice that is in accordance with national public health guidelines and current information from the Australian Chief Medical Officer and Victorian Chief Health Officer.
Safer Internet Day is a worldwide event that raises awareness about online safety and encourages everyone to help create a better internet.