The following information has been sent to parents and guardians by email today. Classes will resume on campus, Monday 25th May.
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Reminder for students wishing to apply for TASC Reasonable Adjustments
Students with a diagnosed condition, impairment, or disability (e.g. dyslexia, ADHD, physical impairment, severe handwriting difficulties, diagnosed mental health condition) can apply for Reasonable Adjustments for end of year Level 3 or 4 TASC exams.
If you would like to submit an application, but have not yet done so, please contact Student Services on 6235 6559 as soon as possible. The TASC application deadline is May 29th, however applications must be submitted to Student Services by Friday 22nd May for processing by the College.
Further information is available on the TASC website https://www.tasc.tas.gov.au/students/years-11-and-12/preparing-for-exams/reasonable-adjustments/, or by contacting Student Services on 6235 6559.
In response to COVID-19 City Of Hobart’s Youth Programs have made the transition to deliver all programs and engagement online. Whilst we are not working in a physical space with young people, we are still doing what we do best, making genuine connections and fostering creativity and well-being!
We hope you are having a good week studying at home. Doing some physical activity is a great way to start your day. Here is what some of out teachers do.
Metro Tasmania is continuing to respond to COVID-19 under the guidance of the Department of Health, and the health and safety of passengers and staff is our highest priority.
In order to transport students to and from school, all services will continue to operate to their regular timetables.
To prioritise safety, our free travel period has been extended until Sunday 31 May. Additionally, rear-door boarding has been implemented on all services state-wide until further notice.
Any passenger with an access challenge that restricts them from boarding from the rear door can still board and alight from the front door by asking their driver.
Greencards will remain free for the duration of our free travel period. Any passenger without a Greencard is encouraged to get one by signing up on the Metro Tasmania website, or by visiting a Metro Shop, depot or agent.
Supporting Students Through COVID 19
We are living through a really difficult time with social distancing and being isolated from friends and our support structures. Many students may be feeling anxious about a range of things.
The Student Services Team will continue to offer support to Elizabeth College students during normal school hours. Outside of school hours and during school break students should use the external agencies listed below.
To make an appointment to speak with an EC counsellor students and parents can phone Sarah on 62356559 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org during school hours. All appointments are currently being conducted by phone or teleconference.
If you require urgent mental health support outside of school hours please contact:
Emergency Services – ph 000
Your Local General Practitioner (GP)
Mental Health Helpline – ph 1800 332 388 https://www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/service_information/services_files/mental_health_services/mental_health_service_helpline
eheadspace – ph 1800 650 890
Lifeline – ph 13 11 14
Kids Helpline – ph 1800 551 800
The following external agencies provide great information and services for young people.
eheadspace – Offer a confidential, free and secure space where young people 12 – 25yrs or their family can chat, email or speak on the phone with a qualified youth mental health professional.
Ph 1800 650 890 or go to https://headspace.org.au/eheadspace/
The Link – Youth Health Services
Need some help? If you would like to talk to a Youth Health Worker, give them a call on
Ph 03 6231 2927 or go to https://thelink.org.au/