The wellbeing of our students, parents and staff is, and always has been the priority at St Dominic’s College.

We have all faced unprecedented and challenging times. St Dominic’s College were well established and prepared for these challenges, by already having a sophisticated infrastructure in place, enabling a smooth transition to online remote learning.

The College has consistently maintained:

St Dominic’s College is focused on supporting our community and have prepared a set of guidelines for use by Teachers, Parents and Students. 

All information relating to the College’s Communication regarding Online Teaching and Learning as well  COVID-19 is provided below.

Please click on the links provided to view our support information.

 

LATEST INFORMATION

 

Term 3, 2022

With the increase in the number of COVID cases within the wider community, it is important that the College continues to prioritise student and staff wellbeing. A number of COVID-smart settings will remain in place for this term.

 

Please click here to view the latest COVID-19 information from our College Principal.

 

 

2021

 

COLLEGE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN IN THE
EVENT OF A POSSIBLE CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE – OCTOBER 2021

 

TERM 3, 2021 ONLINE LEARNING GUIDELINES
FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS

TERM 3  2021 ONLINE LEARNING INFORMATION FROM
OUR COLLEGE PRINCIPAL

 

COLLEGE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN IN THE
EVENT OF A POSSIBLE CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE – JANUARY 2021

 
COVID-19 HSC CONTINGENCY PLAN

Please click here to view information relating to the COVID-19 HSC Contingency Plan recently published by NESA regarding the HSC.

 

2020 

TRANSITION TO ON-CAMPUS LEARNING, WEEKS 4 TO 6