Coronavirus (COVID-19) Page Content For the latest advice on Queensland's response to COVID-19, visit www.covid19.qld.gov.auThe health and safety of students, staff and the broader community is the Department of Education’s highest priority. The department continues to take advice from the Chief Health Officer and Queensland Health in making decisions regarding the operation of schools during COVID-19.The school closures website provides a list of state and non-state school closures as well as Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) service closures.If your school or ECEC service is closed in response to a COVID-19 incident, the school or early childhood service will provide information directly to parents and carers about the duration of the closure and arrangement to ensure students continue learning.More information about state school operations during the COVID-19 pandemic is available in the operating guidelines for Queensland state schools and the parent FAQs. Resources to support students' wellbeing, including advice to parents and carers for students during the pandemic, is available on the Education Queensland website.All early childhood services including outside school hours care (OSHC) and vacation care, remain open and operating unless advised otherwise by health authorities. More information regarding these services is available from the FAQs for parents and carers and service operation information.If your child is unwell, keep them at home and let your school, OSHC or early childhood service know.Resources and support Supporting primary students mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19 (PDF, 266KB) provides advice for families on how to support their child’s wellbeing.The learning@home site provides a range of curriculum resources. Families with young children of kindergarten age can visit the Early childhood website for helpful information including earlylearning@home. Advice for parents and carers to access support (PDF, 183KB) is also available for families experiencing significant personal, financial and social stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.The Spark their Future website provides tips to assist secondary students at this time.