Catholic Education South Australia
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From the Principal

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends of All Saints,

It’s been lovely to be able to talk to families at pick up and drop off each day. I know it's a bit frustrating at the moment, however we continue to be advised by the Education Department and Catholic Education, and the need for adults to remain off the school grounds and socially distanced is still the recommendation.

Please see the following:

Will my school allow me to enter the school grounds to collect my child?
Schools have their own procedures for dropping off and collecting students at the start and end of the school day.

We encourage you to maintain physical distancing from other parents and teachers when attending school, including when dropping off and picking up children. We ask that you do not go on the school grounds, however we understand this might need to change because of a child's age and needs. If you need to get in contact with your child’s teacher, please phone or email your school instead.

We have recently organised for Sure Shots Coffee to provide a coffee van each Friday morning – we hope this helps with the drop off procedures and gets the last day leading into the weekend off to a great start. I know the staff welcome this treat and we hope those of you who can partake do as well.

We continue to promote good hygiene, providing opportunities for hand washing frequently throughout the day. Extra cleaning procedures continue to be undertaken.

We understand that competitive sport across schools may commence next term. You will know that some children’s sport is commencing in the next few weeks. We will let you know when we receive further details from each organisation.

Today the staff were treated to morning tea by Sacred Heart College, Champagnat Campus at Mitchell Park. Earlier this term they were treated by another school and they wanted to pay the kindness forward. It was a lovely way for the staff to ease into the long weekend break.

We have also been supported by the Seaford District Community Children’s Centre in recent weeks who also treated our staff to a sumptuous morning tea. We feel very supported by the local community and those further away.

The staff are currently working on preparing reports to be sent out in Week 1 of Term 3. These will be followed by parent/teacher/child meetings.

We hope you have something planned for the weekend and enjoy being able to get out and about.

With every best wish,
Liz Keogh and staff

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