So in September we go back to school. The younger children of the nursery and nursery will return to the classroom. And the older ones will return to the classroom, the children of elementary and middle schools and high school kids.
After many second thoughts, false news, fears on the part of everyone (families, experts, pedagogues, politicians), and after the protests of recent days by parents frightened by the idea of another year of distance learning and children to manage throughout the day, back to school seems to be an ‘almost’ certainty.
However, the rules change and also between the desks the meeting with classmates and teachers and the relationships will no longer be the same.
With the exception of the children of the nursery and the nursery, the masks will be mandatory for everyone. Both during the lessons and during breaks. They can be lowered during interrogations, but only if there is a safety measure of one meter between the interrogator and the teacher.
GLOVES AND SANITIZERS
Gloves will not be mandatory, but each child must have a sanitizing gel always with him since the sanitation of the hands will be constant and will have to become part of the student’s usual gestures during lessons.
IN THE CLASSROOM
The benches must be single and positioned, where possible, at a distance of one meter from each other, in order to guarantee the minimum physical distance required by law. Where this is not possible due to the number of students, the classes must be divided into groups and the lessons rethought to allow attendance for all.
LESSONS OF 45 MINUTES
In this regard, in order to increase the number of lessons to be administered to smaller but numerous classes, the lessons could last 45 minutes instead of 60, engaging students on Saturdays even in those structures that provided for the short week.
The year will start with face-to-face lessons in the classroom. However, distance lessons are not excluded, especially from middle school