What a crazy rollercoaster Term 2 has been. We have been extremely impressed by the show of resilience from our students as they transferred to a remote learning environment. Also, we are all very aware of the challenges that many students have and continue to face. As always we are here to help and support students in any way we can. We do not want to create any further stress and our number one priority over the next few weeks is that our students are comfortable as they return to school.  The College would like to reiterate the message that when completing weekly tasks, Common Assessment Tasks (CATs) should be the priority for students, as these tasks determine whether students successfully complete each subject. Staff will continue to communicate through compass using ‘Letters of Concern’ and ‘Letters of Potential Unit Failure’. The reason for this is to support students in completing these tasks and to make sure they are aware if they have not been received by their teacher. If you require an extension or assistance, please email the appropriate teacher and they will be happy to help. The final assigned due date for CATs is Friday 5th June and no extension can be granted beyond Monday 15th June. Stay happy and healthy and we look forward to seeing the whole community return soon.

Mr. Matthew Donald

Director of Curriculum