Ministry of Education in a series of updates on the conduct of the Corona in schools • Among the decisions: Approval for trips, including accommodation in the field, and up to 18 students in gifted classes
Students will not be required to wear a mask during matriculation exams
In preparation for returning to school, the Ministry of Education is preparing for the return of students to schools with a series of updates on the conduct of educational institutions in the shadow of the Corona.
According to the decision of the Director General of the Ministry of Education, Amit Edri, and the Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Health, Prof. Itamar Grotto, during the matriculation exams, the students tested will not be required to wear a mask, but will be required to maintain a distance of at least two meters.
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In addition, according to the Ministry of Education, it was decided that "schools will be able to hold trips and extracurricular activities at all age levels, including accommodation in the area according to the relevant age group (according to the existing outline)".
As for other classes and learning programs, it was stipulated that the instructors "will be able to meet up to six different groups a day. On each working day, separate outdoor equipment will be used for each kindergarten, and there will be no transfer of outdoor equipment from kindergarten to kindergarten on the same day." For the next working day, and the classes will be held without contact between the instructor and the children. "
The daycare frameworks will be able to unite students from three different age groups in one after-school group. The decision will be implemented subject to a government decision.
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The Ministry of Education also referred to the gifted activities in grades 3-9, "which will reach enrichment centers for a regular weekly school day throughout the school year. Their studies will be conducted in regular study groups throughout the activity hours. The size of each study group will be up to 18 students in each grade. The activity, morning and afternoon. "
In addition, for group activities, "the group will come and come back together, according to the Ministry of Education's transportation procedure and health guidelines. Each class or learning group will have up to three permanent teachers, and work spaces, study routines and breaks will be performed according to 'lifestyles' in educational institutions."