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VET Classes


VET classes will continue to be supported and function through Microsoft Teams. Each student undertaking a VET course has been placed in this Team to access communications from Mrs Dianna de Deuge and to seek support where needed. Students will need to continue completing theory work set by their providers and are required to attend weekly scheduled Teams video meetings which are scheduled according to their timetable. Students are to set aside the same amount of time at home for the completion of theory work that they would usually.


Online Subjects


All Online subjects are continuing to operate in Term 2 in the same manner as they did in Term 1. Students will check-in with Mrs Dianna de Deuge each week and will be required to participate in a weekly scheduled Teams meeting. Students are to contact their subject teacher first if they have any questions and to set aside the same amount of time for their subject as was required in Term 1.


CLP and Careers Information


Career and Life Planning is to continue via Microsoft Teams in Term 2, as per the student's Term 1 timetable. Students will be required to have a weekly check-in with Mrs Dianna de Deuge. University and other careers information specific to the impact of COVID-19 will be updated and accessible via the school website. For further information, please contact Mrs Dianna de Deuge.

UPDATE 28.4.2020 

The Library will remain open for students Learning@school with normal day to day borrowing.

For students Learning@home, we are still encouraging borrowing to take place. We cannot have you going without books!!

For students Kinder to Year 12, we are happy to organize a book pack to be collected from the allocated pick up area at the school upon request.   Requests would need to be in by Wednesday afternoon ready for the Friday pickup. Renewal requests may be sent through to

Returns may be placed in the Book Return Tub which will be located in the MPH.


UPDATE TasTAFE have informed the school that there will be NO on-campus classes next week (27th of April - 1st of May 2020 ), due to continued positive cases of COVID-19 on the North West Coast. Please see below more information that has been released by TAFE:

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Application portal opens Tuesday (APRIL 28)

As you know, this gives you early access to our 2021 courses.  Applications for the School’s Recommendation Program will open Tuesday 28 April. You can access the application portal via the link below.

Applications will be open until 30 November. If you submit by 30 May, you’ll receive your offer by 31 July. If you submit after this date, don’t worry. You’ll receive your offer within 8 weeks.   If you haven’t already, the University’s full range of courses can be browsed in the link below. As always, if you have any questions or concerns please contact us at



The University of Tasmania have released a document titled Your Path to 2021 to clarify the revised enrollment process in place, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Please read through the document carefully so that you are fully informed and can act on the advice given.

Briefly - Here's how it works:

• Review our extensive list of 2021 courses in this guide 

• Submit your application here after the Easter holidays 

• Your school will complete the recommendation and supply year 11 results to the University, after mid-year assessments 

• You will receive an offer once the recommendation is received from your school.


Head of Curriculum, Rob Pople has prepared a series of videos to help you get started with Microsoft Teams. Please feel free to email him if you have any further questions or concerns.


Teachers will leave instructions for students about where and how to submit tasks. This could be through the ‘Class Notebook’ in Teams, via email or the ‘Chat’ function. Assessment Tasks will be submitted through the ‘Assignments’ tab in Teams, unless the teacher specifies otherwise.


Head of Curriculum, Rob Pople has prepared a series of videos to help you get started with Microsoft Teams. Please feel free to email him if you have any further questions or concerns.


During this unprecedented season, staying connected is more important than ever! Our school community is vibrant, strong and caring! Here are ways you can ensure you are connected to the school. Please free to also contact our school and teachers anytime, we are missing you all and would love to hear from you!

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If at any point you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us or the School. 


Dianna de Deuge

Personal Pathways Officer

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