Top 10 ways of welcoming children to school in a COVID-19 era

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    SCHOOLS School: Pre-tertiary Education in Ghana

    The government has announced January 18, 2020, as the day for the reopening of schools in Ghana amidst the covid-19 pandemic.

    in view of this, teachers and parents must follow the following steps in sending learners to school and or welcoming learners to school amidst the covid-19 spread.

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    Parenst and or Teachers must do the following;

    1. Sit your kids down and talk to them about covid-19.
    2. Introduce them to the use of sanitizer.

    3. Let them know that they can’t share their spoon, bowls, water , handkerchief etc

    4.Tell them to wear their nose masks when playing with their friends.

     

     

    1. Tell them their pencils, pens, and erasers can’t be shared.

    6.Provide at least 2 well Ventilated nose masks for them daily.

    7.Provide at least 3 uniforms for your kids.

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    8.Give them enough snacks and tell them not to share them with anyone.

    9.Let them bath as soon as they return from school and try to wash their uniform daily.

    10.Check their temperature Always.


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