COVIDSafe Advice

Advice for Weekend Sport

As we are playing across multiple venues each week, College buses will still continue to run and it is necessary for bookings to be made for your son/s. Please indicate via the form on each Team App if your son will be travelling via a College bus to and from his game. Bus departures will be to strict timings, so please be as accurate as possible with your booking, and remind your son to be ready to board the bus at his booked and allocated time.

Boys must use their student IDs to login and off the bus, this includes boarders. Buses will arrive and depart from outside the O’Neill undercroft.

Schools will use the EVA Check-in App for tracing purposes at all GPS events. All spectators must sign in via the relevant QR code at the venue. Please download the app onto your phone prior to game day. Download: Android app and an iPhone app.

You are reminded of the following COVID-19 guidelines:

  • Players, coaches and spectators are not to enter Nudgee College if feeling unwell. 
  • Maintain social distancing.
  • Wash hands regularly.
  • Get in, play, get out. Players are to arrive ready to play and have their own equipment including water bottle. Players are to leave at the conclusion of their game.
  • Spectator tracing registers will be completed via EVA Check-in App and QR Codes. Please download the app onto your phone prior to game day. Download: Android app and an iPhone app. Registration QR codes will be at each venue for scanning and easy completion.
  • When leaving the venue please check out of the EVA Check-in app.
  • Only immediate family are permitted to spectate at GPS sports events in 2020. TWO parents at outdoor venues and ONE parent at indoor venues. Please note it is appropriate for dependent siblings to attend with you.

The latest communique from the GPS Association can be viewed here

Finally, I would like to thank you. As always, the Nudgee College community has been so responsive and supportive which has made navigating sport under these new playing and spectating conditions that much easier. All the best for a safe and enjoyable season ahead.

Mr Anthony Connellan
Director of Sport