Emmaus Christian College is actively monitoring the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and is committed to providing families with accurate and timely information updates. We would like to reassure parents that the health and wellbeing of our students, staff, families and community is our priority.
As we closely monitor the situation we will continue to make well-informed, responsible, and timely decisions as necessary.
Our direct method of communication to our families is email. This webpage will be updated daily to reflect the latest information sent to our community.
Onsite teaching commenced 27 April 2020
Consistent with the current South Australian health advice and the position taken today by the South Australian Government regarding the state’s schools, Emmaus will open (both South Plympton and Brooklyn Park campuses) with face to face on-site teaching for all F-12 students on Monday 27 April.
8 April - Senior School (10-12) Remote Learning
7 April - Middle School (7-9) Remote Learning
7 April - Junior School (F - 6) Remote Learning
23 March - Music Tuition now online
Parent and Education Resources
Explaining the COVID-19 Pandemic with your family
This video from Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, a leading Australian child psychologist, outlines how parents and guardians can talk to their children about the virus. WATCH THE VIDEO
Wellbeing and Self-Care
During this difficult time, you can still access wellbeing and mental health support.
During this period, we will endeavour to answer all your questions as soon as possible. We encourage you to email your teachers directly about learning-related matters. Please see below key contacts to help direct your enquiries.
General Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Learning Centre Enquiries: email@example.com
Prayer Requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wellbeing Counsellor, Kat Law:Klaw@emmauscc.sa.edu.au
Wellbeing Counsellor, Ben Squire:email@example.com
Chaplain, Adam Wood:firstname.lastname@example.org
Finance, Sarah Chilarski: email@example.com