September 27, 2023
Bursa is ready for face-to-face training Bursa is ready for face-to-face training

Bursa is ready for face-to-face training

In the second semester of the 2020-2021 academic year, face-to-face education starts in all schools in schools with unified classroom practice and in sparsely populated areas.

BURSA (İGFA) – { 4} All preparations have been completed in schools where face-to-face education will begin in Bursa. In this context, a total of 19,387 students in 290 schools in Bursa, including kindergartens, primary and secondary schools and kindergartens within these schools, will meet their schools on February 15th.

All schools to be opened will meet with disinfectant, soap, etc. supplies have been delivered. In schools, measures were taken for the cleaning staff to use gloves, bonnets and similar protectors as well as masks during work. Waste boxes that can be opened and closed without touching hands were placed separately for wastes such as masks and gloves at designated points in schools.

Preparations for transition to face-to-face education, Ministry of National Education, within the scope of “Improving Hygiene Conditions in Educational Institutions, Infection Prevention and Control Guide”. done. Capacity arrangements were made in schools in order to provide 1-1.5 meters of social distance between students in classrooms, cafeterias and all similar areas within the framework of the principles specified in the aforementioned guide.

Plans were made to ensure that they sit on the ground. The rules and necessary warnings about the use of masks by students, teachers and other employees in the school were shared in written and visual form.

Necessary arrangements were made for regular natural ventilation of educational environments. Warnings containing necessary information about not exchanging materials between students were posted in the relevant areas. Arrangements have been made to avoid loud activities in classrooms.

Cleaning and disinfection processes will be performed frequently according to the hygiene risk. Training and information activities will be carried out on ways of protection from epidemic diseases. No visitors will be accepted to schools.

As will be remembered, the 2020-2021 academic year started on September 21, and face-to-face education was suspended in November with the recommendation of the Scientific Committee due to the increase in COVID-19 cases.

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