Immanuel students and staff are thrilled to again be a Prep to Year 12 campus where all can embrace face-to-face learning at the conclusion of the College's Staying Connected remote learning program.
"A big shout out to all the teachers, support staff, parents and students for doing such a fantastic job for the first few weeks of Term Two," said Principal Colin Minke.
"Students at Immanuel thrive in a relationally driven community, skillfully guided by expert staff where they experience excellence in teaching and learning and enjoy the benefits of cocurricular music, performing arts and sporting activities.
"It is a joy to once again have all students on campus experiencing the full benefits of interacting with their peers, teachers and engaging in face-to-face learning," he said.
"We are so very fortunate to have a school that is 100% behind Claire and her unique medical condition. Claire experienced ILC’s remote learning for 11 weeks, the first four before the whole school joined her. From the very beginning, Immanuel staff were extremely organised and supportive in so many ways, particularly due to our work continuing full time. The isolation that she could have felt was absent and contact with her teachers and peers was excellent. I feel that her school work has not been adversely affected by the strict isolation we needed to observe for Claire’s health and wellbeing, and her confidence and resilience has flourished. Thank you to the ILC community for being proactive - from the start of Term One when they identified the potential risk - and for their excellent communication during these exceptional times."
- Toni McCulloch (Parent)