Brassall students at state high

BRASSALL State School will resume as planned on Monday, albeit with more than 180 students in Years 6 and 7 to be taught at Ipswich State High while extensive repairs continue.

Deputy Principal Rayne Penny said all students, except those in Prep, must report to the school hall at 8.30am. Prep students must go to the Prep classroom.

“As the school has suffered considerable damage, Year 6 and 7 students will be taught at Ipswich State High School as part of a temporary arrangement while repairs are conducted on M Block and until existing demountables are removed,” Mr Penny said.

“The Year 6 and 7s will be treated as a separate school to the high school and will not be associating or playing with the high school students.

“I will be on site as the school administrator for the primary school students.”

Mr Penny said parents could be assured the grounds would be safe and the school chaplain and guidance officers would be on hand.

Parents should keep an eye on the school website at www. brassallss.eq.edu.au and read the QT for up-to-date information.



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