Multilingual Resources on Coronavirus from DPV Health 

DPV Health and the HWPCP have partnered with local community leaders Whittlesea Community Connections and Banksia Gardens to keep the community informed on COVID-19 and to ensure you are receiving your information from reputable sources.

Please click on the link below for information and fact sheets in 7 community languages:




Minister’s message

Your kids, like mine, will have many questions about Coronavirus and what it means for them – and for the people they love.

I know it can be daunting for parents and carers to answer those questions. That’s why, in close consultation with our child psychologist team, we’ve developed a resource to help guide you through these conversations.

Everyone’s child is different, and some will want to talk more than others. What’s most important is that you’re there for them when they’re ready to talk.

Without doubt, we face an enormous challenge.

But I want you to know that as parents, caregivers and Victorians, we are in this together.

The Hon James Merlino, MP- Deputy Premier – Minister for Education

Please see attached PDF for more information.

talking to your child during coronavirus 



Dear Parents/ Carers, 

Please see the below information from Hume City Council: 


Victorians self-isolating due to coronavirus (COVID-19) with no access to food and essential supplies will receive emergency relief packages under a program introduced by the Victorian Government.  Each eligible household will receive a two-week supply of essential goods.

Food packages will include items such as long-life milk, pasta, cereal, canned vegetables and sugar. Personal care packages will also be distributed to eligible households and include soap, toothpaste and deodorant. Additional items may also be provided depending on the needs of the household, such as nappies or baby formula. 

The packages will be delivered door-to-door, with other distribution points to be established as required. The emergency relief program will be coordinated by the Red Cross in partnership with Foodbank Victoria and under the direction of the State Relief Coordinator.

The media release provides details of how to access the package.  

MEDIA RELEASE – Care Package Information 2020

For more information about the support services people can call the coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398 or visit the website: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus



Learning from Home Resources

If you are choosing to keep your child home at this stage please refer to the document below which has a timetable, links to FREE educational websites, activities, ideas and resources to support your child to continue to learn from home.

Please remember to call the school on (03) 9309 3477 when your child is away.

Online safety tips and resources to support parents and carers.

Child Friendly Explanation of Coronavirus

COVID-19: an online survival kit parents and carers


Click on the link below for resources




Hume Valley School- Harmony Day – Friday 20th March 2020



Coronavirus information for parents:

We are aware of the current concerns relating to the Coronavirus outbreak.

  • At this stage our school remains open and it is safe to send your children to school.
  1. If you or your child are unwell the advice is that you don’t attend school and seek medical advice from your local Doctor
  2. .We will continue to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of students at our school and will respond and communicate to the school community if the situation changes.


Dear Parents/Carers,

Please refer to the following link for DET and DHHS advice on the Coronavirus.

coronavirus-DHHS-students information 2020