教育部宣布下周二开始3级地区高中生重返课堂

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10月20日教育部消息,教育部长克里斯·希普金斯今天说,从下周开始,三级地区学校将开始对高中学生进行现场学习,为年终考试做准备。

 

克里斯·希普金斯说:”这些地区的中学将于10月26日星期二开始11至13年级学生回校学习。这是一个复杂的问题,需要在改善教育与增加儿童和青年的潜在健康风险之间权衡取之不易。这个年龄段的学习者可以接种疫苗,并且需要戴口罩,在现场工作的工作人员和志愿者在参加之前需要阴性测试。 

政府机构还继续完善学校和早期学习服务的公共卫生措施。 COVID-19 严重疾病风险较高的儿童、青少年和工作人员应留在家中,除非完全接种疫苗,9 至 13 岁学习者和工作人员必须使用面部遮盖物,并且必须保存记录以进行接触追踪。学校交通上的口罩也是强制性的。所有地区的工作人员和志愿者需要在11月15日之前接种第一支疫苗。 在1到10年级的时间,情况更加复杂。我并不完全排除这些三年级的学生能够在年底前返回,但如果他们返回,我们需要确信有足够的流程来尽量减少任何风险。 我们必须承认,任何有12岁以下儿童群体的环境,风险都较高,因为他们尚未能够接种疫苗。但可以采取一些缓解措施,将风险保持在尽可能低的位置。我们可以考虑出勤率按名册,以减少在任何给定时间现场的学生人数。温暖的夏季也为户外学习提供了更多机会,因为 COVID-19 传播的风险较低。

内阁将在周二考虑最新的健康建议和选择。当所有高年级学生返回学校时,将不再需要最多10名学生的泡沫,包括那些已经在现场1-10年级的学生。在可行的任何地方,应与现场的所有其他人员保持 1 米的距离,尤其是工作人员之间的距离,以及与不认识的人保持 2 米的距离。

 中学要求:

·        工作人员和身体不适的儿童必须留在家中,并接受COVID-19测试

·        在可能的情况下,患重病风险较高的儿童仍留在家中

·        未完全接种疫苗且患重病风险较高的员工必须留在家中

·        9 – 13 年级学生必须佩戴口罩。只有必要的访客才能到场,现场的所有访客都需要戴面罩。 要有良好的手部卫生、咳嗽和打喷嚏礼仪。

·        教室通风良好,高接触表面将每天进行清洁和消毒。

·        在可行的情况下,将坚持身体疏远,特别是在成年人之间。

·        每个现场不认识的人身体距离必须保持两米。

·        将显示 COVID 应用的 QR 代码海报。

·        通过出勤登记、时间表和访客登记,为包括学生和教职员工在内的所有到场的每个人建立联系追踪登记册。

·        12岁及以上人士在学校交通工具上须有面罩。

·        学生和教职员工的地方将最大限度地增加,包括课间休息、午餐时间、课前和课后(除非天气不允许),休息期间将走出房间

·        户外将进行锻炼和唱歌,将避免在室内举行会议,包括集会或工作人员会议。 

Limited change to onsite learning – for senior secondary students – in Level 3 regions
 
Onsite learning at schools in Level 3 regions will start from next week for senior secondary school students to prepare for end of year exams, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said today.
 
“Secondary schools in these regions will start onsite learning for years 11 to 13 on Tuesday 26 October,” Chris Hipkins said.
 
“This is a complex issue requiring difficult trade-offs between improving education and increasing potential health risks for children and young people.
 
“Learners in this age group are able to be vaccinated and are required to wear masks, and staff and volunteers working on site will need a negative test before attending.
 
“Government agencies have also continued to refine public health measures for school and early learning services.
 
“Children, young people and staff at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 should stay at home unless fully vaccinated, face coverings are mandatory for staff and learners in years 9 to 13, and records must be kept for contact tracing purposes. Face coverings on school transport will also be mandatory.
 
“And staff and volunteers in all regions need to receive their first vaccine by 15 November.
 
“For years 1 to 10 the picture is more complex. I’m not completely ruling out these students in level 3 regions being able to return before the end of the year but if they do, we’ll need to be satisfied there are sufficient processes in place to minimise any risk.    
 
“We’ve got to acknowledge that any settings where there are groups of children under 12, it’s higher risk – as they are not yet able to be vaccinated.  
 
“But there are mitigations that can be put in place to keep the risk as low as possible. We can consider rostered attendance to reduce the number of students on site at any given time. The warmer summer months also provide more opportunities for learning outdoors where the risk of COVID-19 spreading is lower.
 
“Cabinet will consider the latest health advice and the options on Tuesday.”
 
Notes to editors
 
There will no longer be bubbles of up to 10 students required when all senior students return on-site, including for those students already on-site in years 1 – 10.
 
Wherever practicable a 1 metre distance should be kept from all others on-site, particularly between staff, and a two metre distance from people you don’t know.
 
Requirements for secondary schools:
·         staff and children who are unwell must stay at home, and get tested for COVID-19
·         children at higher risk of severe illness remain home, where possible
·         staff who are not fully vaccinated and at higher risk of severe illness must remain home
·         mandatory mask wearing for staff and students in years 9 – 13
·         only essential visitors will be permitted onsite, and all visitors on-site will need to wear a face covering
·         good hand hygiene and cough and sneeze etiquette
·         classrooms to be well ventilated
·         high touch surfaces will be cleaned and disinfected each day
·         physical distancing will be adhered to wherever practicable, particularly between adults
·         physical distancing of two metres will be in place from people you don’t know
·         QR code posters for the COVID app will be displayed
·         a contact tracing register in place for everyone coming onsite including students and staff, through the attendance register, timetable and visitor register.
·         face coverings will be required on school transport for people aged 12 and over
·         time outdoors for students and staff will be maximised, including breaks, lunchtime, before and after school (unless the weather does not allow), and rooms will be aired during breaks
·         exercising and singing will take place outdoors
·         groups meeting indoors, including assemblies or staff meetings, will be avoided

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