Schools, TAFE and child care closed due to flooding
Find out if your child’s school is closed due to floods, plus other information to support you at this time.
Find support available to you
NSW public and independent schools
To find out if your child’s school is closed due to flooding, visit the Department of Education.
Up-to-date information on schools that have closed is also available via the NSW Schools Update app.
Download the Schools Update app
The Schools Update app will notify you if your child’s public school is to be closed the following day due to COVID-19 outbreaks, adverse weather, bushfire, emergencies or other incidents.
You can register multiple schools on the app.
NSW Catholic schools
To find out if your child’s Catholic school is closed due to flooding, visit Catholic Schools NSW.
Vocational education and training
Secondary students whose VET classes are affected by NSW storms and floods may be able to access remote learning or training in an alternative location.
School-based apprentices and trainees who are affected by NSW storms and floods can find information and support through the Department of Education.
Visit TAFE NSW to find out if your campus is closed due to flooding.
Early childhood education services
You can also find early childhood education and care services via the ECE Finder.
If you are an early childhood education service impacted by flooding, you can find more information via the Department of Education’s website.
The Department of Education has guidance and materials to support parents and carers while students are learning remotely.
Digital Learning Packs are available with timetabled activities for the early years up to Year 10 students. Parents and carers can work through them with their child and when instructed by their school.
Translated resources are also available.