Covid-19 St George & Sutherland Community College


SGSCC COVID-19 Policies

St George & Sutherland Community College (SGSCC) has put in place preventative measures to ensure public health and safety at this time and to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
All students, staff and visitors accessing our campus and other venues must follow our Covid-19 infection control and building access procedures.

Measures We Are Taking

  • Handwashing facilities are signposted and display public health reminders about handwashing methods;
  • Hand sanitiser is available at multiple points on site, including at the entry to each teaching block;
  • All high contact areas such as doors, handles, kitchen and toilet surfaces are cleaned regularly and with appropriate strength cleaning agents following the manufacturer's instructions. Toilets will be well-stocked with hand soap and paper towels, cleaned and disinfected regularly

Your Responsibilities As A Student

  • Not attend if you are feeling unwell or experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms
  • Not attend if you have come into contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19
  • Maintain a standard of personal hygiene compliant with instructional signage at the College
  • Wearing a face mask is optional.
  • Bring your own food, cutlery, crockery and other personal items, including water bottles and other drink containers. Please do not share food or drinks and take all items home with you.

COVID-19 Enrolment Conditions

  • The College may, at any point as a result of any change in health and safety conditions, postpone, reschedule, or relocate the course into which you have enrolled
  • If we postpone, reschedule, or relocate a class, you will be given the opportunity to withdraw from the class and re-enrol in another class at another time
  • If you are not able to attend another class due to the change in timing or location, a full credit will be offered to you regardless of the portion of the course already undertaken
  • If you are unable to attend because you have possible COVID-19 symptoms, or have had contact with a known case of COVID-19, you will receive a full credit

Last updated February 25, 2022