Friday, August 7, 2020

1 September thi School start karva taiyari sharu : News Report

News For Opening Schools from 1st September.

1 September thi School start karva taiyari sharu

Important News : 

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As per news report schools will be start from 1st September.

Its not an official news but news report said higher secondary schools will open from 1st September.

School colleges have been closed for a long time due to Corona.

The government is now making preparations to start secondary or higher secondary schools in Unlock from September 1.
Primary schools are also likely to be started in phases after that.

It is also important that children use masks.

It is also important that every child uses a sanitizer as well as maintains a social distance



It is our plan that all pupils, in all year groups, will return to school full-time from the beginning of the autumn term.


This guidance is intended to support schools, both mainstream and alternative provision, to prepare for this. It applies to primary, secondary (including sixth forms), infant, junior, middle, upper, school-based nurseries and boarding schools. We expect independent schools to follow the control measures set out in this document in the same way as state-funded schools. The guidance also covers expectations for children with special educational needs and disability (SEND), including those with education, health and care plans, in mainstream schools.

Separate guidance is available for early years, further education colleges and for special schools.

This guidance is in 5 sections. The first section sets out the actions school leaders should take to minimise the risk of transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) in their school. This is public health advice, endorsed by Public Health England (PHE).

The rest of the guidance is focused on how the Department for Education (DfE) expects schools to operate in this new context. This includes:

school operations

curriculum, behaviour and pastoral support

assessment and accountability

contingency planning to provide continuity of education in the case of a local outbreak

This guidance has been prepared with input from school leaders, unions and sector bodies and in consultation with PHE and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).


We will keep this guidance under review and update as necessary.