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Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
An outbreak of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was detected in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China in late December 2019.
Exclusion from School or Early Childhood Centres
If you have been informed by Public Health authorities that your child is a close contact of a confirmed case of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), even if they don’t have symptoms, they cannot attend school or childcare until Public Health informs you that it is safe for them to do so. If your child has recently travelled to mainland China and has developed symptoms (listed below), contact your usual doctor for assessment who will liaise with Public Health authorities and determine whether or not your child needs to be excluded from school or child care.
Following the Bishops’ decision to incorporate Catholic education in Western Australia earlier this year, I am pleased to inform you the new company is now registered as Catholic Education Western Australia Limited (CEWA Ltd). CEWA Ltd will commence operation from 1 January 2020, with the four diocesan Bishops as the owners, who in turn will appoint a Board of Commissioners to provide strategic governance of the system.
Ooshies – a cautionary toy story about cashing in on childhood innocence (www.generationnext.com.au)
Ooshies, the plastic collectible toys Australian supermarket chain Woolworths is using to lure shoppers to its aisles, aren’t just a bit of fun.
They’ve been connected to a black market among Woolworths staff, frenzied online trading replete with death threats, chaotic crowds and feral behaviour at supermarket swap days, and a shocking decapitation live on breakfast television.
Helping Your Children Stay Safe in Cyber Space
Children are using mobile phones and the internet to socialise with and keep in touch with their friends. While your children may never have a negative experience, it is important that parents are aware of the potential dangers of cyber space.
John Coutis – Australia’s Number One Inspirational Corporate and Schools Speaker
John is acknowledged as one of the world’s most inspirational speakers, having shared his story with over 6 million people around the globe. John rolls around on his custom skateboard, has an amazing sense of humour and speaks openly with his audiences about topics including resilience, courage, positivity, determination and respect.
2019 Student Residential Address and Other Information Collection Notice
This notice is from the Australian Government Department of Education and Training (the department), to advise you that the department has requested that your child’s school provide a statement of addresses, in accordance with the Australian Education Regulation 2013 (Cth) (Regulation).
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The school has been notified today that a student at St Anthony’s has Influenza (A).
What is Influenza (Flu)?
Influenza or ‘the flu’ is a highly contagious disease caused by infection from influenza type A or B (or rarely C) virus. These viruses infect the upper airways and lungs.
St Anthony’s uses ‘content descriptions’ in the Semester reports.
The content descriptions specify what has been taught within each learning area during the Semester.They are aligned with the content prescribed for each year level by the SCASA (School Curriculum and Standards Authority).
As you are aware St Anthony’s have been investigating the sending of school reports electronically and will be introducing this with the 2017 Semester One reports. The program that we will be using is called SEQTA Engage.
The school has been notified today that a student in your class has Varicella (Chickenpox). This letter is not to alarm you however to give you important information on this matter.
Head Lice Fact Sheet
There have been reports of head lice in your child’s class. To break the cycle we ask that you check your child’s hair and if needed treat it accordingly (see below). A copy of the Department of Health “Head Lice Fact Sheet” can be obtained from the office.
This year St Anthony’s will be introducing “content descriptions” in the Semester reports.
The content descriptions will specify what has been taught within each learning area during the Semester. They will be aligned with the content prescribed for each year level by the Australian Curriculum.