Over the past 12 months we have slowly returned to our usual routines. We have resumed face-to-face teaching, our co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, school tours, events on site and interstate and international exchanges.
However, the world is not what it was. The impact of a pandemic leaves an indelible imprint on communities. The way we do business has changed. In educational settings, pedagogy has changed with an even greater use of digital technologies in learning.
Some members of our community have become socially disconnected or psychologically affected by the disruption. Accordingly, the School has responded with wellbeing and academic support strategies including a case management model and academic mentoring to address issues. These are explained in more detail in the Report Attached.