The Permanent Secretary within the Ministry for Education and Employment, Dr. Francis Fabri, has appealed for cooperation from all stakeholders as to ensure the safe re-opening of school. Measures highlighted include:
- The importance for students to stay at home if they are feeling unwell;
- Students who feel unwell must be picked up from school in a timely manner;
- Students adhere to the safety protocols by wearing their mask, respect social distancing rules, wash and sanitize hands frequently, and be aware of their learning ‘bubbles’
- Educators are to encourage students to adhere to these safety measures whilst respecting the protocols themselves.
Click on the link below for more information (Video is in Maltese, subtitled in English):
ONLINE Video Message from the Permanent Secretary of Education
The Ministry for Education has taken 50 new measures to ensure that the both students and educators return to schools in the safest possible way. An independent risk assessment of each school is underway to ensure that all protocols are being adhered to.
Click on the following link to watch a short video about the measures being taken:
Miżuri għall-ftuħ tal-Iskejjel
Educators and students will be screened prior to entering the school premises every day. Visors or masks must be worn by those entering the school, and temperatures will be taken daily. Students and educators will also be asked to sanitise their hands with alcohol gel which will be available at the entrance of the school. Click on the link below to watch the the explanatory video (in both Maltese and English) :
Video: Safety Protocols