Dear parents and carers

The State Government has made some changes to how your child will learn while all 
Western Australians work toward minimising the spread of COVID-19 in our

On 26 March 2020, the Premier announced all public schools in Western Australia will 
stay open until Thursday, 9 April 2020, the end of Term 1. However, we strongly encourage you to keep your children at home if you have access
 to online resources and are able to do so. Teaching for Term 1 will conclude on
 3 April 2020. The Department of Education's new Learning at Home website, located
 at, provides resources, activities and
 information to help children and young people continue to learn while at home.

Parents and carers who need their children to attend school to enable them to maintain
 employment, and those children in vulnerable families, such as children living with
 grandparents, can continue to attend school.






 Dear parents, the DoE has updated their COVID-19 parent information page at

A hard copy of the NAPLAN information sheet will be mailed out to parents and carers of Year 7 & 9 students in the coming weeks, explaining the key details about NAPLAN testing which occurs during early Term 2.

You can also download a copy from…/naplan-online-information-brochure-for… or visit for more information.

Dear parents, please see below for a statement on NAPLAN 2020 from the Education Council:

Our school will stand united on Friday 20 March 2020 to say #BullyingNoWay #NDA2020

Broadway UWA is designed to ensure access to UWA courses is available to the broadest range of students with the potential to succeed at university.

Clarkson is a Broadway School, which means Y12 students are eligible for an automatic ATAR score adjustment to help them get into university.

For more information please visit:…/…/admission-entry-pathways/broadway

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