Education will continue to be provided in the form of distant learning until 26th June, the start of the summer holidays, the Minister of National Education, Dariusz Piontkowski informed the nation.
When will children return to school?
The minister of Education added: “pupils would normally have a few days in June free, due to the Matura exams and the Corpus Christi national holiday - in our opinion there would be no purpose in returning normal to lessons for such a short period of time. We do however hope this will be possible in September” he added.
The minister of Education added: “In preparing recruitment for the new school year, we hope it will prepare children for returning to education in traditional form in September”.
Regarding final grades:
“June 1st is a day in which we wish all children the very best… as a result, final grades should be a result of how the children progressed throughout the whole year and not just how they coped during the pandemic”.
“Teachers should be fair and objective in giving grades, not only assess the child’s knowledge and skills but also their effort and work throughout the school year”.
On Friday MEN published new regulations, which will be obligatory during the organisation of holidays for children. Attention was focused on introducing procedures to minimize the risk of Coronavirus infection by introducing new safety measures.
"The current pandemic developments in Poland allow us to confirm that holidays for children can take place if sanitary measures are taken very seriously. It is however import to remember that the situation is dynamic and could suddenly change”.
A long list of new regulations for summer camps and holidays.
For more information regarding the latest regulations visit: https://koronawirus.szczecin.eu/