Tasmanian students to return to learning at school

The health and safety of all Tasmanian students has always been our top priority as we face the many challenges of COVID-19.  While keeping children at home for their learning, where possible, has helped to limit the spread of COVID-19 within our community, we must now look to return students to classrooms in a considered…


North West Schools Set to Return to start Term 2

Students in the North West of Tasmania will be able to return to school to commence Term 2 on Monday 4 May. They will join other Government School Students across the State who started Term 2 last week, Tuesday 28 April. Keeping children at home and supporting their learning where possible is the best thing…


Learning at Home in Term 2

Things are going to look a bit different this term as we start learning at home. Your child’s teacher will still be leading their learning, and as a parent or carer, your role will be to support them at home. Our teachers have been working hard to plan. Your school will be in contact with you…


Term 2 in Tasmanian Government Schools

Students will commence Term 2 on Tuesday 28 April for Tasmanian Government schools. However, if you live or go to school in the North West your school will be closed until the 4th of May. A Fact Sheet has been developed to help guide parents and the community on the educational arrangements for Term 2.…


School Levies Relief – Refund Process

The health, safety and wellbeing of Tasmanians is our number one priority as we face the challenges of COVID-19 together. Refunding school levies paid to Government schools is one way we are trying to reduce financial pressures on parents and carers during this crisis.  The Government has fast tracked work to develop and implement a…


Department of Education Services on the North West Coast

Department of Education Services on the North West Coast The Government has put in measures to help protect the North-West community from COVID-19 that were effective from the Sunday 12th of April. These restrictions are in place to minimise non-essential travel in the region. To support these measure all Department of Education staff who live in…