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Next Sunday in the UAE, the school year 2021-2022 will begin, and after about a year and a half of applying hybrid and distance education, approximately one million, 100,000 students will return to attend school in schools. “Kovid 19 Infectious Disease.

It comes in line with the state’s instructions to return to normal life, and after full coordination between the various authorities concerned, all precautions and preventive measures are taken to ensure the safe return of students and all working staff. Education sector.

Educational institutions in the country require students 16 years of age, academic staff, administrative staff, support services, parents of students, and others to receive the Covid-19 immunizations in schools, while those with a waiver certificate are excluded from vaccination.

During the UAE Government’s briefing on the developments of the emerging corona virus on August 22, Kovid-19 announced the protocol for operating educational facilities during the pandemic, which includes a set of operational guidelines and regulations, including nurseries, childcare centers and government school education in the country. Of facilities

The protocol will be activated after a period of 30 days from the first school day to allow all students who have not been vaccinated to be vaccinated. 12 years and older undergoes monthly PCR test. For students who have not been vaccinated, 12 years of age or older, they should have weekly PCR tests. The distance learning option is available to all ages, whether they have been vaccinated or not. Certificates are printed and brought to the school for examinations.

The educational facility is committed to managing the process of exiting and entering through the gates and to prevent congestion and maintenance during their lessons and breaks. A physical distance of one meter will be applied to identify all spaces without excluding parking spaces.

The facility shall be provided with an isolation room in accordance with the requirements specified by the Ministry of Health and Community Protection and shall follow procedures for handling cases suspected or confirmed by Kovid-19. Approval by competent authorities to ensure the health and safety of students on school buses.

The Emirates Foundation for School Education has prepared teachers and administrations through a package of preventive, precautionary measures and measures to prepare students for their return to school and to ensure their health and safety. This return will be secured without any hindrance in attendance, while the option of distance learning remains for the parent.

The Foundation said its field teams were in a hurry to prepare the schools and reaffirmed their readiness to return to attendance at various schools across the country, where the sterilization of all 564 government schools that receive students has been completed in various parts of the country, and plans are being drawn up. And the various circumstances for the distribution of students in the classroom in light of the practice of maintaining physical distance, as decided by the competent authorities of the country.

Noting that there has been no change in school uniforms compared to previous years, the Foundation has worked to provide school uniforms to students during the next academic year at more than 110 outlets across the country to save parents’ time and effort.

In a related context, the Department of Education and Science in Abu Dhabi revealed the revised policies for returning to private schools and education partner schools before the start of the new academic year, which is in line with the decisions taken by the Emergency, Crisis and Corona Pandemic Committee in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

The revised policies include reopening student playgrounds, resuming physical education programs and extracurricular activities, taking precautionary measures, allowing school canteens to resume cooking services, following temporary measures and reducing the continuation of large group systems. Reducing the risk of transmission of Kovid-19 virus and its consequences and transmission cases. For the distance education model.

The revised policies stipulate that 10 to 16 students in each group will be able to accommodate lower-level class groups that cannot maintain physical distance.

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