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Latest COVID-19 Restrictions Information

From The Principal

Dear Members of The King’s College community,
The College will be open for normal classroom instruction from Monday 8 February. However, Perth and Peel will enter a post-lockdown transition period until 12.01am, Sunday 14 February.  This transition period has several mandated requirements.


Masks must be worn by all school staff and secondary students (Years 7 -12). Parents/guardians are asked to provide a mask for secondary students.
Masks are not required for primary school students (K -Year 6), but you may wish your son or daughter to bring a mask and wear it during the school day.Teaching staff are permitted to remove their mask if teaching at the front of the classroom to enable clear enunciation.

Student Drop Off and Pick Up

We seek your assistance in dropping off and picking up your children. Please remain in your car and follow instructions from staff on duty.

Assemblies and Other Events

The 150-person capacity at all events will have the following impact for the first week of school. As such:

  • The welcoming assemblies planned for Day 1 will not take place but senior staff, including myself, will do this at a class level.
  • Parent Information Event (Y3-6; 5.30pm) rescheduled to Monday 15 February.
  • Parent Meeting (Y10-12; 6pm) rescheduled to Thursday 18 February.

Administration Office and Uniform Shop Restrictions

If you need to be on campus to speak with staff in administration or visit the uniform shop, the usual sign in procedures take place, but you must wear a maskThe Uniform Shop will be open on Mondays and Thursdays as usual with only one family being served at a time.

Please be reminded to always keep your child at home if they are unwell.  If your child displays symptoms consistent with COVID-19, such as sore throat and fever, you should take them to be tested.  If your child shows these symptoms at school, they will be isolated until you are able to collect them.

Hopefully, we will not need further lockdown time periods but be assured the teaching staff are well prepared for this eventuality. This week teaching staff have been refining and updating the online lesson delivery that was effectively used in 2020.

Best wishes and God bless.

Ian Elder - Principal

Link to Latest WA State Govt Info
WA State Govt. Lockdown Information