Bulahdelah Central School welcomes two new staff to the teaching team

Elizabeth Bate.


THE community have welcomed Elizabeth Bate and Kayla Hunter to the teaching staff at Bulahdelah Central School this term.

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Elizabeth Bate will be Acting Deputy Principal for the remainder of the year and will support students in Years 7-10 and the support classes.

Kayla Hunter will be teaching the Year 2-3 class this term.

School Principal George Frangos said, “As the impact of COVID-19 continue to evolve, maintaining the health and well-being of our staff, students and school community is of utmost importance.”

A phased approach allows school communities to balance the varied needs of students and staff, their families, personal circumstances and workplaces during the pandemic.

“The first two weeks of Term 2 will continue as we finished Term 1, with the majority of students working from home,” Mr Frangos said.

A phased return will commence on Monday 11 May, Week 3 with all students provided with the opportunity to start attending one day a week, aiming at around 25% of students in attendance on any given day.

“This will need to be a rostered system with each student attending only on his or her designated day,” Mr Frangos said.

There will be ‘one unit’ of work provided by teachers for each class.

Learning from home will remain an integral component of the phased return to face-to-face teaching as schools will operate in the dual mode of supervising a reduced number of students on site and students at home.

All students will continue to be given access to learning either online or with hard copy materials provided to them by the school.

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Kayla Hunter.

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