If you’re concerned about the Covid-19 safety measures adopted by your child’s school, the Government is now giving you the chance to share your feedback online. This applies to not just schools, but you can also share your concerns on measures taken by tuition centres.
As Minister of State for Education Sun Xueling recently shared in a Facebook post, many parents have already sent their own questions, feedback and questions.
Ms Sun Seeks Online Feedback For COVID-19 Safety Measures In School From Parents
Image source: Facebook / Ministry of Education, Singapore
As you know, amid the rise of COVID-19 cases in Singapore, new restrictions have been put in place. Schools have also take precautionary measures to ensure the safety of students and staff.
However, many parents have voiced their concerns about the increase of community cases in schools. Some are also worried about having to manage home-based learning while dealing with work.
This is why, in light of this shift, the government is calling for online feedback from parents.
Ms Sun has asked parents to fill up an online survey to share their views and suggestions on the matter.
The survey prepared by REACH–which is the national feedback and engagement unit of the Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI)–can be taken here.
New COVID-19 Measures In Singapore Parents Need To Know
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ICYMI, here are the new safety measures that will take effect from 16 May till 13 June.
Group size reduced from 5 to 2 persons only
Each household to have only 2 visitors per day
Not more than 2 persons a day in social gatherings
Work from home to become the default mode
Flexible work hours and staggered start timings to be implemented in workspaces
No social gatherings allowed at work
Only takeaway and delivery allowed at F&B establishments as well as hawker centres
No indoor ‘mask off’ activities will be allowed
All primary and secondary schools, junior colleges, millennia institutes and Special Education schools will shift to home-based learning until 28 May
Preschools and student care centres will remain open for parents who need to work
Lead image source from Facebook / Ministry of Education, Singapore.