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COLLEGE MEETINGS FOR OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2020 TERM

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Identified Needs by Education Cluster and MoE include:

Availability of e-learning materials and platforms that can be used during the schools’ closure to ensure continuity of learning for children while at home.

Dissemination of key awareness-raising messages to students and their families around COVID 19, hygiene-related preventive measures, and the importance of continuity of learning at home.

Cleaning and disinfecting all schools in preparation for their re-opening. This needs an adequate supply of cleaning and disinfecting materials to all schools while they are closed.

Rehabilitation of school latrines and drinking water faucets including the provision of adequate clean water to schools. The Ministry of Education assessed all school infrastructure earlier in the year and identified this as a critical need to ensure safe and healthy learning environments. October specifically targeting finalists.

DEPUTY PRINCIPAL (ACADEMICS) WELCOMING OUR NEW PRNCIPAL MR.CHANZU LOMOLO

PRINCIPAL'S ANNOUNCEMENT ON COLLEGE RE-OPENNING 2021

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