After these two weeks of Easter holidays, LCS is preparing for the home stretch before the end of the year.
Our students will take the XXX exams
We are also looking forward to celebrating the end of the 2021/2022 school year with parties and shows organised at the end of June (dates to come)
The Yearbook will be distributed from xxx
Soon to come, this May we will be celebrating plurilingualism here at LCS with the AEFE event Mai des langues (Languages in May).
Tout un mois pour célébrer les langues dans les lycées français du monde, en mettant en œuvre des projets linguistiques et culturels
La première édition du Mai des langues s’ouvre en 2021 et devrait être suivie de nombreuses autres, avec l’appui d’un réseau dynamique de formateurs en langues. Cette équipe pédagogique propose aux enseignants et aux élèves tout un panel d’activités. Appel à contributions pour le premier Mai des langues!
4th Elementary School Excursion: Australian Museum
10th – 20th NAPLAN
12th LCS Open Day, Spread the word
12th Year 9 Exhibition at La Pérouse Museum
13th Year 4 Excursion: Quarantine Station
25th Year 10 Incursion: Australian writer John Danalis
26th CAPN 2nd Round
29th Vaccination Year 10 (Meningococcal ACWY)
With the announcement of further easing of COVID-19 restrictions the following guidelines to be communicated to staff and parents.
The requirement is the same for staff and students who are household contacts – notify, RAHT daily and wear a mask.
Do household/close contact have to notify the school?
Yes. The NSW Health Household and Close Contact Guidelines requires students and staff members to notify the school if they are a household/close contact. Parents are required to email email@example.com to advise that their child(ren) are household contacts. The school will undertake a risk assessment to manage the safety of all students. Students who are household contacts must complete a rapid antigen test and receive a negative result before attending school each day for 5 consecutive school days.
What happens if a student is identified as a household contact? Can they attend school during their isolation period?
The NSW Health Household and Close Contact Guidelines state that a person who is a household/close contact should work or study from home where practicable.
Students who test positive for COVID-19 or are unwell or showing COVID-19 symptoms must continue to isolate at home.
A student identified as a close contact may return to school if guidelines agreed with NSW Health are followed including completing a rapid antigen test and receiving a negative result before attending school each day for 5 school days. Results do not need to be reported to the school.
NSW Health requires household/close contacts over the age of 12 to wear a mask while in an indoor setting outside of the home if not required to isolate. Primary school students are recommended to wear a mask indoors (except when eating or exercising).
If a person has had confirmed COVID in the last 12 weeks, they do not need to comply with the NSW Health Household and Close Contact Guidelines if they become a household/close contact within the 12 week period. Once this 12 week period ends, individuals are then subject to the NSW Health Household and Close Contact Guidelines
Masks are recommended for students and staff who have recovered from COVID-19, completed their 7-day isolation period and are no longer showing symptoms for an additional 3 days (from days 8 – 10 after receiving a positive COVID-19 result).
Staff and students from 6eme and above need to wear a mask if they are attending school during the period that they are a household/close contact.
Excursions and Camps
The NSW Department of Education has decided, in consultation with NSW Health, that no staff or students identified as household/close contacts will be permitted to participate in overnight excursions/camps.
Visitors and contractors
Any visitor or contractor to a school site who is a close contact is required to advise the school that they are a close contact before they come on site. These visitors should conduct a daily RAHT and return a negative result before attending. They must also wear a mask indoors at all times. The school should consider if the visit can be conducted virtually.
Students entering Australia from overseas
From 30 April 2022, unvaccinated international travellers will no longer have to quarantine. The entry requirements include:
Students left to right:
Joe Smith, etc etc..
If you missed the IB contemporary art exhibition, check out some of the photos here!