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Fiona Johnston says she has dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic by embracing it as a catalyst for change. Photo: St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls

Lessons from pandemic recess

As students return for term two, some of the state’s private and independent schools are embracing new practices born out of the COVID-19 disruption.

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36th↑Quinns Baptist College1,139
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38th↑Kolbe Catholic College1,136
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Lessons from pandemic recess

Lessons from pandemic recess

As students return for term two, some of the state’s private and independent schools are embracing new practices born out of the COVID-19 disruption.