Education

Stagger lunches, break times, allowing only those in that age group to be in contact with each other during the day. Assigned into small groups to work with throughout week, and those groups must distance from other groups. Utilising teaching assistants and support workers to do activities one day, and then do educational activities the following day . Prior to the school days starting, temperatures must be taken upon arrival. (Staggered starts and pick ups). Spending as much time outside in rural areas, as the weather permits. Utilise village halls and community spaces, if not enough classrooms. Supervised hand washing.

Why the contribution is important

Contact tracing Infection control Focus should be on taking temperatures and recording.

by cbellat on May 09, 2020 at 04:16PM

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  • Posted by cbellat May 10, 2020 at 14:25

    Designated toilet for each group!
  • Posted by cbellat May 10, 2020 at 14:46

    Teachers and staff all trained in infection control.
  • Posted by CraigEBurn May 11, 2020 at 12:34

    You'd need a lot of toilets being built for designated toilets-there are 6 girls and 6 boys cubicles in my children's school-200 pupils. Staff had been diligent with handwashing in March, so much so they and the children had broken skin from the school issued soap. School staff will need access to buildings to see how to make it work-so many shapes and sizes of schools across Scotland-some with great outdoor spaces, others less so. Numbers of staff isolating for being vulnerable needs to be known for local authorities to plug gaps and to work the longer day. A morning group of pupils and an afternoon group of pupils so that numbers are halved and the school buildings can accomodate numbers. Each child to have a bag.pencil case with their equipment on it so no sharing of pencils etc. Schools will need wipes for keyboards, desks etc and a clean of room in the lunch break before the educational sessions-again cleaning staff numbers will need to be checked and increased and councils supply suitable cleaning materials and just a wipe with the same cloth and diulted solution.
  • Posted by LesleyMac1966 May 11, 2020 at 18:44

    if you cannot trust adults in a pub to maintain social distancing how can you possibly expect it of children? Primary schools should only be opened when our children are 100% safe.
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