The face-to-face teaching and learning session of the Early Endemic Phase's first stage begins yesterday for all students from Years 10 to 13 who have been fully vaccinated. Students need to adhere to the stipulated Standard Operating Procedures, SOP and guidelines as well as undergo the Antigen Rapid Test, ART once a week to ensure that students are healthy apart from wearing a face mask, practicing social distancing and always maintaining cleanliness.
The schools will continue to ensure that the teaching and learning sessions of 5 times a week can be implemented in an orderly manner. Prior to entering classes, students are required to conduct the body temperature check and scan the QR Code. Only students with Green and Yellow Codes are allowed to enter.
Meanwhile, in Perdana Wazir Secondary School, Kuala Belait, 135 students from Years 10 and 11 also began their schooling session. They were also required to abide by the set SOP before starting lessons.
While taking a closer look at the Tutong Sixth Form Centre, some 122 Upper Sixth students are also back at school. At the beginning of the schooling session, some preparations have been arranged and planned for the students by undergoing the ART.
In the Temburong District, Years 10 and 11 students are must now start their lessons by undergoing the ART and adhere to the set SOP to ensure the health of every student. School management are also taking safety measures by avoiding mass gatherings, limiting the number of students and practising cleanliness inside and outside the school.
Source: Radio Television Brunei