Sharjah: Dad and mom have been requested to supply suggestions on their preferences and issues concerning sending their kids again to high school in September at non-public colleges in Sharjah.
Their views had been sought by means of an nameless ‘Return to Faculty’ survey by Sharjah Personal Schooling Authority (SPEA) final week, distributed on-line by colleges.
It adopted SPEA’s announcement that colleges would re-open in September whereas following precautionary measures in opposition to the unfold of COVID-19 and working three completely different “supply fashions” for lessons.
“The survey will assist us perceive your preferences for college scheduling choices, family threat components, and the schooling plans on your baby. We additionally wish to study concerning the confidence you may have that the varsity can implement well being and security measures,” SPEA stated.
Dad and mom had been requested if their kids or anybody else within the family have any well being circumstances that would place them at larger well being threat from the coronavirus.
The survey additionally wished to know their “consolation stage and willingness to ship your baby to the varsity” beneath three ship fashions. The ‘Full Day Supply Mannequin’ means “all college students will bodily return to high school in September with implementation of all required well being and security precautions”.
In the meantime, the ‘Shift Supply Mannequin’ will see “college students attend college within the morning shift and different college students attend within the afternoon shift.”
Lastly, the ‘Blended Supply Mannequin’ is the place “college students return to high school in September utilizing a mixture of bodily attendance on campus and distance studying from residence.”
Dad and mom additionally needed to price their confidence stage “based mostly in your experiences with the varsity and your insights and judgments… to what extent there may be confidence that the varsity can successfully implement a spread of well being and security procedures to guard college students and employees.”
The listing included “offering masks for all college students; offering face shields for any scholar who has issue respiration with a masks” and “guaranteeing day by day deep cleansing and sanitising of the varsity buildings”, amongst others.