COVID Safety

LAST UPDATED 30.08.2022


As you may be aware, Queensland Health have updated the requirements for anyone who is deemed a close contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19.

Please note, when determining whether someone is a close contact, schools and early childhood services are not considered a household, or household-like accommodation or care facility.

New requirements for close contacts

From 6pm on Thursday 28 April 2022, close contacts who do not have COVID-19 symptoms no longer need to quarantine.

  • Students who are close contacts must notify the College that they are a close contact via this link
  • For 7 days after becoming a close contact, students over the age of 12 must wear a face mask while outside of their home, including at school, and when outdoors if unable to physically distance. Queensland Health also recommends that children under the age of 12 wear a face mask when it is safe to do so.
  • It is recommended that students undertake a rapid antigen test (RAT) on the first day they leave home, and every second day (e.g. days 2, 4, and 6) until they are no longer a close contact.
  • Student who have a positive COVID-19 test must notify the College via this link

Rapid antigen tests (RATs)

Schools are not providing RATs to staff or students who are close contacts. You will need to source and administer your own tests. However, our school is continuing to provide RATs to staff and students who develop COVID-19 symptoms while at school.

If you or your child tests positive to COVID-19

Queensland Health requirements for people who test positive to COVID-19 remain unchanged. You must follow the Queensland Health guidelines outlined in the first steps to take if you have COVID-19.


LAST UPDATE: 03.05.2022

Prospective families wishing to tour the campus or attend an interview at the College are still welcome to do so whilst adhering to current guidelines.

All visitors to the College must continue to sign in at reception, sanitise and socially distance.

Please contact our College Enrolments Officer if your require any clarification. 


LAST UPDATE: 03.05.2022

All visitors to the College must continue to sign in at reception, sanitise and socially distance.


LAST UPDATE: 3.05.2022

As a gentle reminder, masks continue to be required in certain settings for anyone aged 12 years or older, such as when travelling on public transport. They are also recommended whenever you can't physically distance.

Anyone who chooses to wear a mask at school will be supported to do so.

The College has a limited supply of masks. Please ensure masks are plain and effective.  I ask please that there are no political statements/brands/advertising/team slogans etc.