In these extraordinary times, it is perfectly understandable to feel fear and confusion. It is important to actively manage you (and your family’s) wellbeing by maintaining routines where possible, staying physically active, eating nutritious foods and seeking additional further professional support as required. 

Here are some tips on how to...

The NSW Department of Education's advice regarding schools is very clear. No child in NSW will be turned away from school.

Schools will remain open for parents who want their children to attend irrespective of their profession or working arrangements.

The decision to keep schools open has been made based on advice from NSW Health, which has not...

Moruya High School is working to get learning material online through Google Classroom for Year 11 and 12 by the end of today, with work available for other years by the end of the week. Parents will also be invited to Google classroom over the coming days.

At its meeting today, the NESA Board confirmed that the HSC is going ahead in 2020, along with a commitment to providing clear and regular advice to the community about the HSC as the COVID-19 outbreak continues.

Schools remain open

The health advice on schools remains unchanged.  Our Chief Medical Officers indicate that our schools should remain open for education provision at this time.

The Government and Department are encouraging you to keep your child at home from Tuesday 24 March to contribute to supporting the community response to COVID-19. The...