Second Phase of Teaching and Learning Session at Religious Schools in the Country Begins

27 thousand 7 hundred and 44 pupils from pre-school to Primary 5 at religious schools under the control of the Ministry of Religious Affairs in the country also began the Second Phase School Session.  Their return gives priority to two vital aspects which are social distancing and personal hygiene to ensure the well-being of the pupils, school staffs and other employees.   The RTB Crew’s observation at several religious schools in the Brunei Muara and Belait Districts this afternoon showed teachers, parents and pupils cooperating in monitoring that the resumption of teaching and learning operations run smoothly, continuously and orderly.

 

In Brunei Muara District alone twenty thousand, nine hundred and forty five pupils began the Second Phase Teaching and Learning Session. With the increased number of pupils in the second phase, the school authorities continue to ensure that pupils who attend obey the set Standard Operating.   Pupils are also strongly recommended to wear face masks.

 

The observation indicated all the pupils were able to follow all the guidelines given by the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health and the instructions will continue to be given priority.   To control student movements at the schools, school authorities have provided two-way lanes and placed tapes on the floor to simply social distancing. Besides that the schools also provide hand sanitizers at strategic locations.

 

Also commencing the second phase of learning are year 5 pupils at Arabic Schools.  All the pupils and school staffs have shown strong commitment to implement and obey all the given guidelines.   Teachers and School leaders also strive to understand the environment of the ‘new normal’ and give their full support to ensure the pupils do not lag behind in their quest for knowledge.

 

In Belait District, more than three thousand and twelve Year 5 pupils also began the second phase learning and teaching session.   They began by following the given guidelines and had body temperature checks.   Meanwhile, Tutong District received three thousand and one hundred pupils.   687 pupils also resumed their learning session in Temburong District.  Desks and chairs are arranged to facilitate social distancing in classes, canteen, library and the hall according to the Standard Operating Procedure or S.O.P.  The Ministry of Religious Affairs will continue to cooperate with the Ministry of Health to obtain the latest information and advice befitting the current situation.

 

Meanwhile, 27 thousand 7 hundred and 44 pupils from pre-school to Primary 5 at religious schools under the control of the Ministry of Religious Affairs in the country also began the Second Phase School Session.  Their return gives priority to two vital aspects which are social distancing and personal hygiene to ensure the well-being of the pupils, school staffs and other employees.   The RTB Crew’s observation at several religious schools in the Brunei Muara and Belait Districts this afternoon showed teachers, parents and pupils cooperating in monitoring that the resumption of teaching and learning operations run smoothly, continuously and orderly.

 

In Brunei Muara District alone twenty thousand, nine hundred and forty five pupils began the Second Phase Teaching and Learning Session. With the increased number of pupils in the second phase, the school authorities continue to ensure that pupils who attend obey the set Standard Operating.   Pupils are also strongly recommended to wear face masks.

 

The observation indicated all the pupils were able to follow all the guidelines given by the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health and the instructions will continue to be given priority.   To control student movements at the schools, school authorities have provided two-way lanes and placed tapes on the floor to simply social distancing. Besides that the schools also provide hand sanitizers at strategic locations.

 

Also commencing the second phase of learning are year 5 pupils at Arabic Schools.  All the pupils and school staffs have shown strong commitment to implement and obey all the given guidelines.   Teachers and School leaders also strive to understand the environment of the ‘new normal’ and give their full support to ensure the pupils do not lag behind in their quest for knowledge.

 

In Belait District, more than three thousand and twelve Year 5 pupils also began the second phase learning and teaching session.   They began by following the given guidelines and had body temperature checks.   Meanwhile, Tutong District received three thousand and one hundred pupils.   687 pupils also resumed their learning session in Temburong District.  Desks and chairs are arranged to facilitate social distancing in classes, canteen, library and the hall according to the Standard Operating Procedure or S.O.P.  The Ministry of Religious Affairs will continue to cooperate with the Ministry of Health to obtain the latest information and advice befitting the current situation.

 

 

Source: Radio Television Brunei