St Albert’s College will be available for our students who require the support as a place of residence in Trimester Two. The College will adhere to government regulations, and work to ensure that mitigants are in place to deal with inherent risks identified by Board and Management.
As expected, Government legislation at the time of return will be the major determining factor of our capability to support our students. At present students are able to move freely between residences, and the NSW Borders unlike our surrounding states are open.
Please see below the plan outlining the process for returning students as well as the protocols in place in preparation for Trimester 2.
Returning to Albies and Armidale
Transmission of Covid-19 linked to social interactions and community living
(Ongoing Cleaning and Hygiene)
Covid-19 Symptoms and Action Plan
Any staff or student presenting symptoms of fever, cough, flu like, should be tested immediately and placed in self-isolation.
Once again, the College aims to align itself with government regulations and support our students to have a safe and successful Trimester Two. Currently Colleges around Australia are operating at a diverse range of levels from capacity through to complete closure. The UNE residential system is supporting approximately 300 students successfully, and St Albert’s aims to support our students to succeed. The College foresees a maximum of 160 students residing at College in Trimester Two, therefore operating at 50% of capacity.