Covid-19 Plans


With effect from: Friday, 29 April 2022, 12.01am


Masks are no longer mandatory except:

  • When using Transperth
  • Where physical distancing isn’t possible
  • When attending school as a close contact with no symptoms.


What to do if your child tests positive for Covid-19? Isolate for 7 days Report absence via our website with your child’s name, date of positive test result and return to school date or phone 9312 4800 during school hours.


What to do if your child is a household close contact? Close contacts with no symptoms are not required to isolate for 7 days, but must:

  • Undertake a daily Rapid Antigen Test in the morning (the school does not need to see results)
  • If negative, attend school and wear a mask when leaving the house,
  • Avoid high-risk settings, including hospitals, healthcare settings, disability and aged care facilities, and correctional facilities
  • Avoid non-essential gatherings and contact with people at risk of severe illness
  • Notify the school of their close contact status by calling 9312 4800.


Close contacts with symptoms must continue to isolate until symptoms resolve and get tested as per existing protocols. If a close contact tests positive, they must isolate for a further 7 days as per arrangements for positive COVID-19 cases.


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Please continue to encourage your children to be responsible in order to protect themselves and others.