SHS 3 understudies will not, at this point run the Double Track System, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has declared on Sunday January 3.
Declaring the resuming of schools in the nation in a location to the country, Mr Akufo-Addo clarified that his administration has had the option to leave on infrastructural improvement in the different senior secondary schools (SHS), a circumstance that propels the public authority to slowly drop the twofold track.
The framework was acquainted due with the high number of enrolment into the SHSs following the execution of the free senior secondary school program.
He stated: “Along these lines, from fifteenth January, our kids in kindergarten, essential and Junior High, in both private and government funded schools, will be back in school. All SHS 1 understudies will begin classes from tenth March, with all understudies leaving on a solitary track scholastic schedule.
Their seniors in SHS 2 and SHS 3 will, in any case, re-visitation of school from eighteenth January. I should pressure that SHS 3 understudies in all schools, as SHS 1 understudies, will not, at this point run the twofold track framework.
The extension of foundation at the different senior secondary schools, throughout the last three (3) a long time, has carried us to this good circumstance.
Notwithstanding, the Double Track System will even now be material to SHS 2 understudies in schools that are utilizing it. Understudies in colleges and other tertiary establishments are to be in school from Saturday, ninth January.
“Before their re-visitation of school, Government, through the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service, will guarantee that all establishments, public and private, are treated and cleaned. Schools and establishments, with their own medical clinics and facilities, will be outfitted with the important individual defensive hardware, and have separation focuses to manage any certain cases.
“Any remaining school and foundations, without their own centers and medical clinics, have been planned to wellbeing offices.
There will be, for the present, no mass get-togethers and no donning exercises. Nonetheless, strict exercises for understudies at school, under the new conventions, will be allowed. Social removing and the wearing of face veils should turn into the standard in our schools.
The essential arrangements have been made to guarantee that understudies at all degrees of the instruction stepping stool get the base number of contact hours upon their re-visitation of school.
“To encourage the security of understudies, Government, through the Ministry of Education, will give face veils, ‘Veronica’ cans, hand sanitisers, fluid cleanser, moves of tissue paper, and thermometer weapons for the protected re-opening of the schools.
The Ministry of Information, the Ministry of Education, the Ghana Health Service and the Ghana Education Service will from Monday, fourth January, begin a progression of sensitisation missions to help get ready, advise and instruct gatekeepers, understudies and people in general on additional modalities related with the re-openings.”