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I wanted to check in with families around Brunswick about the transition as kids return to school.

We’ve launched a quick survey for families with kids in primary and secondary schools around Brunswick. You can fill it in below.

I’ve been in touch with most of the local principals recently to check in on how the reopening has been going. Based on their feedback, I’ve written to the Minister for Education to request additional support and clarity for schools around COVID safety and preparedness, including contact tracing, ventilation and outdoor shade sails.

But it's important we hear from school families too. Your responses to this survey will inform my ongoing communication with the Education Minister about schools reopening.

Please let me know in the survey if you have any concerns about the reopening or have identified any gaps you would like me to raise with the Minister’s office. I’m also happy to make general enquiries.






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