Graduating Students Returning to School

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What do you first think of when I mention the date 19 May 2020?

To most, it may just be another day of living with Circuit Breaker. However, to a group of graduating students, 19 May is when they first return to school.

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The graduating students included those from Primary 6, Secondary 4 and 5, Junior College 2, and Pre-U 3.

Before you start worrying about clusters forming, let me reassure you that Singapore is well-prepared.

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How you may ask? Well let us break down the new measures for you:

1. Staggered timings

According to students the Must Share News Team spoke to, to minimize crowding, staggered arrival & dismissal timings were provided in advance.

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2. Regular Temperature Screening

Temperature will be regularly taken at school entries & exits, and all students & staff members are expected to comply.

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3. Usage of SafeEntry

All returning staff and students, have to ‘check-in’ and ‘check-out’ using the SafeEntry application, before and after school.

Students are expected to bring their Student IDs for SafeEntry verification.

SafeEntry - National digital check-in system

📸: Safe Entry

4. Compulsory social distancing

Firstly, there should be minimal movement within classrooms, and students should stay seated on their allocated seats during lessons.

Not only that, it is compulsory to wear a mask at all times be it within the school premises or on the way home.

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5. Usage of face shields & microphones to conduct lessons

Teachers will have to use face shields and/or masks in classrooms.

And for all those paranoid parents who are worried that the shields or masks will prevent their child from being able to hear their teachers clearly, personal microphones will be used.

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📸: CNA

Now that our normal life is starting to resume, it is important to ensure that you have the necessary supplies to keep you and your family safe.

If you’re in need of any supplies, you can drop us a message at +65 9457 2440 or call +65 6358 4231 😉 We are currently selling masks and thermometers!

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