A one-off exemption from COVID-19 restrictions has been approved in relation to public gatherings for Remembrance Day services.

The exemption means wreath laying ceremonies and other memorial services can take place with up to 100 people present to pay their respects to those who made the ultimate sacrifice, provided they adhere to social distancing measures and have a COVID-19 Safety Plan in place.

The exemption applies to Remembrance Day services held before 12 November.

FUNDING CERTAINTY CONTINES FOR BAULKHAM HILLS SCHOOLS
2021 will be the eighth year that the Resource Allocation Model has delivered funding certainty to schools to enable them to plan so that improvement will touch every classroom, be the work of every teacher and impact every student.

The allocations are part of $10.1 billion in annual Gonski funding being delivered to public schools for 2021.

In Baulkham Hills, over $8.45 million in funding has been allocated to ensure public schools in the electorate continue to flourish and deliver equity of opportunity where it is needed the most.

GOOD LUCK TO BAULHAM HILLS HSC STUDENTS
I wish students sitting the HSC in Baulkham Hills every success for the future after completing years of schooling.

Completing your HSC in normal times is tough enough. In 2020, your stress has been compounded with the pandemic.

The world is changing faster and more dramatically than ever before. Agility and fortitude will be your trusted companions in the many chapters beyond the HSC.

There is support all around you, make sure if you need help ask. There are online resources along with your friends and family ready to help.

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