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NSW students to transition back to the classroom in Term 2

From the Department
NSW school students will gradually transition back to the classroom during Term 2 as the Government continues to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.21 April 2020 Mark Scott and Minister Mitchell discuss school arrangements for Term 2 2020 Transcript of Mark Scott and Minister Mitchell discuss school arrangements for Term 2 2020 video Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Education and Early Childhood Learning Sarah Mitchell outlined the plan for students attending NSW public schools to progressively return to face-to-face learning in week three of Term 2. Ms Berejiklian said health advice continues to be that schools remain open, and parents, teachers and students can be confident that school is a safe place.
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Portfolios, School Holidays, Flashback to 2016 and much more: Term 1 | Week 10

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Stay up to date with all of the news and upcoming events atLake Heights Public School. From the principal’s desk ‘Sometimes the best solution is to rest, relax, and recharge. It’s hard to be your best on empty’Sam Glenn School Holidays Despite the classroom looking very different for the vast majority of our students (and families) over the last few weeks, the school holidays do start at the end of this week on Good Friday (April 10).
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Learning From Home, Easter Raffle, ClassDojo and much more: Term 1 | Week 10

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Stay up to date with all of the news and upcoming events atLake Heights Public School. From the principal’s desk I recently read a quote stating that ‘The World has not faced disruption on this level since the World Wars, but at least this time we are all fighting on the same side.’ I thought it was a lovely sentiment to begin the week. The rate of change and uncertainty we are all navigating at present is unsettling, but it is nice to remember we are doing it together, for each other.
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Schools to implement distancing measures

From the Department & Weekly News
15 Mar 2020 The NSW Department of Education is introducing proactive measures to limit the impact of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in our schools. Mark Scott, Secretary of the Department of Education, today announced that schools would adopt social distancing measures requiring them to cancel assemblies, excursions, travel, some events and conferences.
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