Covid-19

Operating under COVID-19 conditions

Changes you'll notice in our tuition centres

Traffic Light System - Red & Orange

Under the Traffic Light System (Red and Orange settings), to enter a NumberWorks'nWords centre, all children over the age of 12, and all parents/caregivers, must be vaccinated and show proof of vaccination. We will require verification of vaccination for you and your child (12+) only once (until expiry), and we will keep records of vaccination status for our family's via a secure system. During the Red and Orange Traffic Light settings, 'Drop-and-Go' will remain in place.

As we move through the Traffic Light System, government rules and regulations change, so will our policies. The safety of our students and staff remains our priority, and we appreciate your cooperation with this new policy. If you have any concerns or need to discuss options for your child, please contact your local centre.

Vaccination Certificates

To enter a NumberWorks'nWords centre, proof of vaccination is required for all students (12+) and parents/caregivers.

If Unwell or in Isolation, Do Not Attend the Centre

No person in isolation or displaying cold, flu, or COVID-19 symptoms (e.g. fever, coughing, sneezing, breathing difficulty, runny nose, etc.) is to be in the centre at any time. Any person displaying symptoms is to be sent home.

No Centre Attendance for Close Contacts of Confirmed Case

Any person that has been confirmed a close contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19 must not attend the centre until they have been tested and confirmed negative.

Strict Hand Hygiene

Every person is to wash/sanitise their hands upon arrival to the centre, after sneezing/coughing, and after toileting.

Regular Disinfecting

Items and surfaces will be wiped with disinfectant after each use.

Contact Tracing Records

An accurate record of attendance will be maintained at all times.

Mask Use

Under Red and Orange settings, all staff must wear face masks. Use of face masks is optional for students.

Drop & Go

Parents are asked to drop students at the entrance of the centre to allow social distancing in the centre.