COVID -19 UPDATES & Information

We are closely monitoring the development of the COVID-19 coronavirus situation and are committed to following guidance provided by the relevant authorities.

The safety and wellbeing of our students and staff is a top priority and this page will be updated as needed to keep our school communities informed of developments.

Updated Advice: QLD/NSW border restrictions – NSW Health have advised border entry requirements have been implemented for people who are entering NSW on or after 12.01am, 27 March for people who have been in Brisbane City Council or Moreton Bay Regional Council since 11 March. Anyone who has been in those areas must complete a self-declaration form either 24 hours before entering NSW or on entry.

People who have been in an area of high concern (listed as ‘close contact venues’ on the Queensland Health website)

·    may only enter NSW if they are a NSW resident

·   may not transit through NSW

·    must immediately get tested and self-isolate 

2021:  Guidelines have been provided to all schools regarding the commencement of the school year and current COVID-19 protocols, in accordance with advice provided by NSW Health, AHPPC and Catholic Schools NSW.  If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to your relevant school principal in the first instance.

For current advice and information about affected schools, go to Catholic Schools NSW.

All up-to-date advice relating to the virus and travel can be found on the Australian Government Smart Traveller site. This provides information useful before you travelwhile travelling and on your return.

For a daily update on COVID-19, please go to the Australian Government Department of Health website.


We recognise and understand the feelings of anxiety, distress and concern many people may be experiencing in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and offer the following wellbeing advice.

The Australian Psychological Society has advice about maintaining positive mental health during the outbreak.

Talking to your child about COVID-19 has released a helpful short video that details how to talk to your child about the pandemic (suitable for primary and secondary students).

Queensland Government has a range of storybooks to read with younger children, these cover challenging topics such as sickness and natural disasters.

The Child Mind Institute has provided an article on Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus

Psychology Today has an overview on How to Talk to Kids and Teens About the Coronavirus

Other available resources:

Kids Helpline  is a telephone counselling support line for children and young people ages 5 to 25 and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Helpful information is available on their website for children and young people, parents and carers, schools and teachers.

Other reliable sources of information for maintaining good mental health include:

Online safety

We recommend the following information regarding online safety from the Australian Government eSafety Commissioner