Pre-primary education and basic education start on 11 August 2020
It is important that everyone follows the guidelines carefully. Our common goal is to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Schools will send more information to families in Wilma.
Reducing social contact
- Only students, teachers and school staff should be on school premises.
- Students are mostly in their own groups. These groups are not in contact with each other. If students from different groups attend the same class, special attention is paid to hygiene and safe distances.
- If the weather is good, classes can also be held outside.
If you’re ill, do not come to school
- Students must not come to school when they are ill. If the student falls ill during the school day, the student should go home or wait, together with a staff member, for the parent to pick them up. The family must then contact the health centre for coronavirus testing.
- Hands are washed often at school. Good hand hygiene must be ensured when arriving at school, leaving school and coming home. Hands must always be washed before eating.
- Students should cough into their sleeve. Tissues can only be used once.
- School facilities are cleaned more frequently.
Parents’ evenings and cooperation between home and school
- All schools will contact families about how parents’ evenings will be organised.
- Cooperation between home and school is important. Families and schools can keep in touch by phone, in Wilma or otherwise remotely.
- This autumn’s parent-teacher meetings and individual education plan discussions will be held remotely.
Students in risk groups
- The law states that if the student belongs to a risk group, the student’s education may be arranged in some other way. The treating physician should assess if the child belongs to a risk group. The school and the family plan the child’s learning arrangements together.
Director of Education
tel. 040 511 5843