Dozens of year 9 students from the Scots College have escaped Sydney’s lockdown remote learning provisions, traveling to the Shoalhaven for their annual six-month outdoor education campus.
The trip is approved by NSW Health.
Busloads of students left the Bellevue Hill campus yesterday shortly after Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced that COVID-19 stay-at-home orders and remote learning for the rest of Greater Sydney would be extended a further two weeks.
Students will spend the next six months at the school’s Glengarry residential campus in the Kangaroo Valley.
The Glengarry campus will go into a 14-day lockdown and all supplies, including food, will be dropped at the gate.
Masks will be worn inside classrooms.
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