Guidelines on reopening schools to be distributed Thursday (June 4), says Education Minister
KAJANG (Bernama): The school reopening management guidelines will be distributed Thursday (June 4) to allow schools and teachers to make appropriate preparations, says Dr Mohd Radzi Md Jidin .
"We issued these guidelines to see which methods need to be done in the context of school reopening and proper preparations to ensure that whenever we announce the date, they will be ready."The ministry has always discussed room for improvement with the schools... what important is for everyone to play a role in the management of the school, teachers and parents, for example, if the child has symptoms then the child should stay at home, ” he said.
Mohd Radzi said this to Bernama after a visit to see the preparations for school reopening at SMK Engku Husain in Semenyih Tuesday (June 2).Also present were Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah, MKN director-general Mohd Rabin Basir and Education director-general Dr Habibah Abdul Rahim.
Mohd Radzi said the state Education department and district Education offices would play an important role in monitoring schools to ensure compliance with the guidelines."I will also stop by at schools to see the implementation of the guidelines and we are confident that the school management and teachers will assist the ministry in implementing these guidelines, ” he said.
Meanwhile, he said parents should not worry about sending their children to school, but they should play a part in educating their children to regularly practice social distancing.Asked on a date for school sessions to reopen, he stressed that there was no set date yet and he worked closely with the Health Ministry and MKN to decide on the matter.
"Once the Health Ministry and MKN feel it is time to reopen the school, then we will make an announcement two weeks prior to that date. Thus far, we have yet to set a date for school reopening, ” he said.He said the move would only involve Form Five and Six students in nearly 3,000 secondary schools nationwide. - BernamaRead more: The Star »
Selamat DGHisham you attending a very elite school with only 9 students to a classroom/lab Which school is this ? DGHisham you attending a very elite school with only 9 students to a classroom. Which school is this please ? Please be considerate to the rural schools RadziJidin at Sarawak and Sabah before implementing anything further. Thank you
school is opening. my son is crying - in his heart What about RadziJidin what about kindi & primary? Will international school opening be delayed too? Becos the number of students are lower & facilities are different rasanya waktu rehat pon boleh buat setiap kelas ikut giliran Kalau gaduh, selang dua meja
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