From today (April 6), students of grades 1-6 in Hanoi return to school
The student can study 2 sessions/day and eat as a part-board depending on the school’s plan and the consent of the student’s parents.
Over the past two weekends, the Hanoi Department of Education and Training has surveyed parents of grades 1-6 about sending their children to school. As a result, more than 75% of opinions agree; many districts have a consensus rate of over 90%.
To open, schools must meet safety requirements in the prevention and control of COVID-19 according to the interdisciplinary guidance of the Department of Health, Department of Education and Training; develop a plan of drills and handling when there is F0 at school; Sanitize and disinfect before and after class.
In the process of organizing face-to-face teaching, if there are cases related to epidemiological issues, safety in the classroom is not guaranteed. COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control, the school actively handles according to instructions and reports to the local steering committee for epidemic prevention and control. The Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control at the district, town and district level is responsible for considering and suspending face-to-face learning to ensure absolute safety for students; have a scenario to handle the situation if F0, F1 occurs in the classroom or school.
After Hanoi decided to let students from grades 1-6 back to school on April 6, parents were more excited than anyone. All preparations are made urgently, but most importantly, the spirit of both parents and students is eagerly looking forward to the day of school.
To ensure the safety of students going back to school, schools in Hanoi have also urgently cleaned up and prepared all facilities ready to welcome students. This will be a special day, no more online lessons, we can meet and talk again without having to go through screens.
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