If you are in a bushfire-affected area, please monitor QFES warnings, follow instructions from emergency services and check the school closures website. When smoke or dust is in the air, please limit time spent outdoors until conditions clear.
On 3 December 2019, we recognise International Day of People with Disability, promoting inclusion and celebrating the achievements and contributions of people with disability. Countries around the world will celebrate this day—how will you celebrate?
All government facilities—including schools, are smoke-free zones up to 5 metres from the entrance or boundary. Bans include sporting fields and public transport stops, after-hours, on weekends and holidays. Hefty fines may apply. Contact Quitline for support to quit smoking.
Find out if your school is having a review in 2020 by searching the online review schedule. Staff, students, parents and other community members can get involved by providing feedback to the review team when they visit your school.
Is your little one starting school next year? Listen to our Kindy kids talk about what they think school is really like and get some tips from those in the know to make the move a great one.
We can all help to keep our schools safe. If you see something suspicious, contact School Watch on 13 17 88. Report any incidents you see or hear, even if they appear to be minor. If it’s an emergency, call Triple Zero (000).