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Protocols for reopening of schools -Highlights

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The Ministry of Education on Tuesday, June 2, announced the conditions for the reopening of educational institutions.

  1. Disinfection of all educational institutions (public and private)
  2. Provision of WASH facilities for all schools
  3. Provision of washable and reusable Facemasks for all students and staff
  4. Mapping of all schools to health facilities
  5. All Classes to be split
  6. No mass gathering
  7. No sports and sporting events
  8. Schools not available for religious activities
  9. No visitors allowed (Boarding schools)

Tertiary Re-opening

  1. Re-opening on Monday, June 15, 2020
  2. Final year students only
  3. Six weeks of academic work and four weeks for exams
  4. Split all classes
  5. Private tertiary institutions are to provide to NCTE
  6. Number of Staff
  7. Number of Final Year Students
  8. All Non-MoE educational institutions are also expected to re-open on Monday, June 15, 2020
  9. Foreign Students who are outside the country and are identified will be allowed to return granted their country will allow them exit.

SHS Re-opening

  1. Re-opening on Monday, June 22, 2020
  2. Final year students (SHS 3) and SHS 2 Gold Track only
  3. Six weeks of academic work then five weeks for WASSCE
  4. All classes to be split – No more than 25 students in a class
  5. All day students in Boarding Schools will be in boarding
  6. Day schools will have enhanced daily health protocols
  7. Dining will be in batches in boarding schools
  8. No visitors allowed
  9. Schools are unavailable for religious activities
  10. No sports and sporting events

JHS Re-opening

  1. Re-opening on Monday, June 29, 2020
  2. Final Year Students (JHS 3) only
  3. Eleven Weeks of Academic work and then one week for BECE
  4. All classes to be split – No more than 30 students in a class
  5. Classes will be from 9 am to 1 pm each day (Reduced School Day)
  6. No breaks outside the classroom
  7. Schools will have enhanced daily health protocols
  8. Schools will be unavailable for religious activities
  9. No sports or sporting events

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