The Service Of Training earlier on gave an order that required a staged returning of students to school. This was in agreement that the will students sit for their national assessment and examinations . The main focus and agenda was on the candidates who have suffered the most during this period.
All the remaining students were earlier on expected to report back to their particular learning establishments on 26th. This decision was to be dependent on the Covid-19 cases and performance in the nation. In any case, plans for the resumption of studies for the other students are in starting to be questioned. The bureau secretary of well-being, Mutahi Kagwe has, however, not yet given a green light for their resumption.
The nation has been seeing an increment in the number of COVID-19 cases. Rumors of a lockdown has been hinted by the Health Cabinet Secretary. Mutahi Kagwe has insisted on the closure if Kenyans do not adhere to rules.
As per Kahi Indimuli, the director of Kenya Optional School Heads Affiliation, dominant part of learning institutions are in doubt if they should resume schools.
“We would have wished to have all the understudies back in school yet taking a gander at the Coronavirus figures, we need to inquire whether it will be fitting to resume. That is the dread we have,” he expressed.
He has further urged the partners from the ministry of health to give an announcement on the issues concerning the resumption of learning for the remainder of the students.
Nicholas Maiyo, the director of the Public Guardians Relationship has expressed that an appeal is set up for the conclusion of all learning foundations on the off chance that an understudy’s tests positive for the infection.
The students who had resumed school, that is the Class 4 students, Class 8 and Form 4 have put up strict measures in adherence to the ministry rules. The major concern, however, lies on how all the students will resume learning. This is due to inadequate classes and other things in schools.