Last Updated at: 2020-09-25 03:21:47
Mombasa county's Education office has announced that learning institutions are ready to resume learning from October 4th.
The education ministry and the Teachers Service Commission(TSC) on Monday instructed all teachers to go back to schools by next week September 28 for preparations for the resumption of learning.
Mombasa County Education chief officer John Musavu announced that teachers are prepared to resume duty adding that inspection is going on in all learning institutions to guarantee that the Health ministry's Covid-19 protocols are met in good time.
“A team is going round analyzing the level of preparation in all learning institutions using the elements provided by the Health Ministry, " Mr Mousavi the Country chief education officer explained.
He affirmed that in the regions where water was inadequate, boreholes will be constructed to ensure there is enough running water. The officer noted that he has been in touch with pupils and students and that no one has acquired the virus.
“We are working with the Health Department to assure that all learners and teachers undergo counselling upon reopening of schools,” Mr Mousavi stated.
He said learners will use classrooms, dining halls and even tents to guarantee social distance, adding that for institutions with no dining halls, students and pupils will attend classes in shifts from 7 to 1 pm and 1 pm to 5 pm.
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