We want to assure you that we are committed to regular and clear communications giving our whole community a voice and to ensure up-to-date messaging.

Please see below some of our Frequently Asked Questions:

Can parents and visitors attend events, such as Chapel?

Parents and visitors are welcome at all College events, however during times of increased COVID cases, we request that visits to the campus are limited to essential business and meetings only. Parents and visitors do not need to be vaccinated.

Do parents and visitors need to check in?

Check in codes are installed in SBH and in Admin. Please sign in at one of these areas upon arrival.

Can volunteers or guest speakers still visit classrooms or school events?

The College actively partners with parents in their child’s learning journey and encourages parent involvement in classrooms. Information regarding the volunteer process and application at CCC will be shared early in 2022 through the Weekly Connect.

If you have any questions regarding volunteers at CCC please contact our Administration team.

What COVID safe measures are followed at CCC?

The College COVID Safe Plan follows the direction of the Public Health Unit and advice provided by Queensland Health including cleaning protocols.

Are there hand sanitiser stations at the College?

Hand sanitiser is available in all classrooms and office areas. There are also fixed sanitiser stations at various high traffic locations throughout the College.

How is physical distancing implemented at the College?

Physical distancing is encouraged within the classroom and at break times. Learning can be conducted outdoors in some situations.

Do students and adults need to wear masks at CCC?

Since March 4, students and adults are no longer required to wear masks, however they are recommended as part of our hygiene plan, especially when case numbers are significant.

Do parents and visitors need to check in?

Check in Qld QR Codes are installed in SBH and in Admin, please sign-in at one of these areas upon arrival to the College, unless you have been notified otherwise.

What do I do if my child is unwell and is displaying COVID symptoms?

If your child is unwell, please keep them at home and notify Admin through the Parent CCC App. Use the Symptom Checker, previously published and if you suspect a child is unwell with COVID, please arrange for them to be tested before they return to school.

At times, a child may begin to display symptoms at school. The class teacher will notify our First Aid staff and they will contact parents to pick their child up from school with a RAT to be used at home.

What happens when there are COVID cases at the school?

Our Workplace Health and Safety Officer will report the cases to the Public Health Unit as per the requirements and CCC will follow their guidance or direction.

Our Administration team will communicate with staff, students and parents as required.

What do I need to do if my child has COVID or is a close contact?
Please notify our Administration team if your child has tested positive with COVID or is a close contact. Refer to the Qld Gov website regarding who is considered a close contact.
If someone tests positive for COVID they will be required to isolate at home and cannot attend school while isolating.
Our COVID response team will work with you to ensure the safety of all persons onsite, students, parents,and staff.
What happens if a classroom teacher tests positive?
If a teacher tests positive, or is a close contact, we will make arrangements for the continuation of learning. This may include combining classes.
Can camps, excursions and sporting events go ahead?
These will still go ahead wherever it is deemed safe to continue following our COVID Safe Plan. Changes to the plan may include reducing/managing volunteers or spectators, change of venue or postpone where increased cases warrants.
What if my child misses important learning?

CCC is committed to continuity of learning. In the case that students are required to isolate, our teaching team will provide learning experiences for both Primary and Secondary.

This may include, but is not limited to:

  • Learning Grids for Primary students;
  • OneNote lesson material for Secondary students.