With the learning institutions having been shut down since march when cases of coronavirus were confirmed in the country, the Education ministry is considering resumption of face to face learning come November if the curve of coronavirus flattens with learning institutions having adhered to the measures that have been set aside by the ministry of health in regards to reopening of learning institutions.
According to sources from ministry of health, phase resumption of learning may be considered come November with KCPE and KCSE candidates allowed to sit for their exams, but just before the schools resumes, the ministry is set to roll out training to the institutions heads on ways to stay in line with the measures that have been set aside.
Pupils who are below 9 years of age are required to be picked up at the school’s entrance by their respective teachers who are also required to escort them back to the entrance in the eveving where they will be picked up by their parents, with the motive being to reduce contacts of non-schools staffs inside the institution, with Co-curricular activities having been banned from taking place to reducing physical contacts among the learners.
The institutions will also be required to come up with a coronavirus response committee comprising of a non-teaching staff member, and a learner, having been directed not to exceed 5 members.
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