Very proud of Holy Trinity Primary School West Wagga's Dulbinya Dance Group, who performed at a ceremony in Wagga Wagga this morning to mark the 12th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations.
Novel Coronavirus – Updated Advice The NSW Departments of Health and Education have recommended that any student who was in China over the past 14 days should not return to school or childcare services this week, as the coronavirus’ incubation period can be as long as two weeks.
Students who returned to Australia more than 14 days ago and have shown no symptoms should be able to return to school this week. In addition, staff and students should be excluded from work and school if they are a:
-Confirmed case of Novel Coronavirus – exclusion will remain in place until they are medically cleared to return.
-Close contact of a confirmed case of Novel Coronavirus - exclude for 14 days since last contact with the confirmed case. Close contact is defined as living in the same household, 15 minutes face-to-face contact with a person with confirmed coronavirus in any setting, or sharing a closed space with a person with confirmed coronavirus for more than 2 hours.
NSW Health has processes in place to identify any close contacts of cases confirmed in New South Wales. Advice about not attending school would be provided to these close contacts.
Catholic Schools NSW continues to work closely with the Ministry of Health to monitor and respond to the unfolding international Novel Coronavirus situation. In accordance with normal protocols staff and children who are unwell with respiratory illness should remain at home until symptoms resolve. ... See MoreSee Less