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Salisbury East High School is a progressive secondary school attracting approximately 675 students from across the northern suburbs of Adelaide.
We provide a world class, personalized learning experience within a supportive, culturally rich environment.
Our vision is to empower all students to achieve personal and academic excellence and become responsible global citizens. This is shaped by our strong focus on well-being, promotion of high standards and internationalism.

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27 July 2021

While it will largely be ‘business as usual’ at school, you’d be aware that face masks are required in all secondary schools from tomorrow (Wednesday 28 July) until further notice.

This will be somewhat different but we ask that all members of the SEHS school community get onboard so that we can keep teachers and students main focus on learning and not on masks. These expectations are no different to other public places such as shopping centres, etc.

Students and staff can BYOM (bring your own mask) or alternatively we’ve got a supply of disposable surgical masks. Great to see some members of the SEHS staff (and our local Education Director) preparing for tomorrow!

See the SA expectations below:

Face masks must be worn by:
➡️ Students in Year 8 and above while indoors and while travelling on school buses or public transport
➡️ Adults while indoors (except when teaching or engaging with students), and while travelling on school buses or public transport
➡️ All adult visitors to sites

The following exemptions apply to:
⏺️ Staff when teaching or engaging with students
⏺️ Staff and students when outside, including during practical PE lessons
⏺️ Students and staff if they have an illness, condition or disability, such as problems with their breathing, a serious facial skin condition, or a mental health condition. (Please contact us to discuss).

Face masks help stop the spread of COVID-19, and by wearing one, students and staff will play a part in protecting their community.

ℹ️ Visit SA Health for tips on the correct way to fit and dispose of masks: www.sahealth.sa.gov.au
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27 July 2021

We look forward to welcoming students back to SEHS tomorrow. Unless students are in directed quarantine, then it is largely ‘business as usual’. A reminder that until further notice we are reducing the number of visitors to the site so most meetings with staff will need to occur by telephone. ... See MoreSee Less

We look forward to welcoming students back to SEHS tomorrow. Unless students are in directed quarantine, then it is largely ‘business as usual’. A reminder that until further notice we are reducing the number of visitors to the site so most meetings with staff will need to occur by telephone.