Affiliated school Bangkok. 100% ready. Open for classes (On-site) on the first day.
Date 17 May 2022 time 12:51
The Permanent Secretary for BMA inspected the readiness of Rajabopit Schools to open classes (on-site) for the first day, reiterating that the schools under the BMA are 100% ready, reiterating that all schools must comply with the measures of the Prof. and the MoPH. to strictly control the COVID
On May 17, Mr. Khajit Chatchavanich, Permanent Secretary of Bangkok To visit the readiness of schools to open classes (on-site) under the epidemic situation of COVID-19, semester 1 of the academic year 2022, with the administrators of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration. Office of Education, Office of Municipal Affairs, Phra Nakhon District Office and related persons Attended an inspection visit at Ratchabophit School, Phra Nakhon District
Mr. Kachit said that the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has prepared all 437 schools to support the opening of the first semester of the academic year 2022, 100% On-Site at all levels. During the first month, it will be a knowledge adjustment based on the year 64 to organize each group of children and manage teaching and learning to be of the same standard Confident that every school will adjust the knowledge base of children to be the same base and move forward. Most of the teaching and learning management is done in On-Site format or at school. and using 4 other teaching styles, namely Online, On-Air, On Hand, and On School LINE, to combine with On-Site teaching as well to continue to promote the learning process in a new way (New Normal).
All schools will strictly comply with the measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 that have been prescribed by the Prof. and the Ministry of Public Health, namely, arrange classes so that the desks are at least 1 meter apart, and make sure that students wear masks or cloth mask all the time Organize learning activities by refraining from close contact. Emphasis is placed on continuous implementation of 6 main measures, 6 supplementary measures, and 7 strict measures. There are regular rehearsals of incident response plans. To prevent and control COVID-19 in schools to ensure maximum safety for students. as well as to build confidence for parents to send their children to study in schools under Bangkok
For the implementation of the response plan according to the measures to prevent the epidemic of Covid-19 of educational institutions in the case of students, government teachers and educational personnel in Bangkok. In the case of students, government teachers, and educational personnel in Bangkok Metropolis, students and school workers who are at low risk are encouraged to open on-site classes as usual by following universal prevention measures and assessing Thai Save Thai (TST). and school workers are at high risk. If you are not vaccinated against COVID-19 according to current guidelines both symptomatic and asymptomatic It is recommended to quarantine for 5 days and monitor for symptoms for another 5 days.
However, if a person has received the full dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, if there are no symptoms, quarantine is not recommended. Should consider going to school if symptoms are present, get screened for infection with ATK and get tested immediately. If there are no symptoms, get a 1st test on the 5th day after touching an infected person. and the second test on the 10th day after contact with the infected person In the first 5 days, educational institutions are required to provide proper teaching and learning, should be spaced at least 2 meters apart in the case of students, government teachers and educational personnel in Bangkok. and school workers are confirmed cases. Close classrooms where infected people are found for at least 2 hours in order to clean according to the measures of the Ministry of Public Health. and then enable the classroom Other classrooms that have not found infected people open on-site classes as usual, refrain from group activities. especially between classrooms
Permanent Secretary of Bangkok said that in terms of vaccination against COVID-19 There are 14,493 government teachers and educational personnel in Bangkok, 14,291 people have been vaccinated, or 98.61 percent have not been vaccinated. 202 people, or 1.39%, are students in Bangkok schools at the Kindergarten 1 – Elementary School level. 6 A total of 222,213 students have been vaccinated, 108,144 people, representing 48.67 percent, have not been vaccinated, 114,069 people, representing 51.33%, from Mathayom 1 – Mathayom 6, a total of 38,947 students have been vaccinated. Then 33,180 people, representing 85.19%, have not been vaccinated, of which 5,767 people accounted for 14.81 percent (data as of 6 May 65).
for safety The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration assigns relevant agencies to inspect the closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras within the school to ensure they are in good working condition at all times. Check the electrical system in the school to be in good condition. can be used safely Check the grounding installation of the water chiller. Check the readiness of school buildings, classrooms, toys, children in terms of environment, cleanliness, and teaching materials. Supervise and instruct security officers to strictly perform school security duties. Prepare food sanitation prior to the school semester’s opening day Supervise the cooking of the cooks. Cleanliness of canteens, utensils, utensils and school milk storage as well as keeping food fresh to prevent food contamination until diarrhea or food poisoning hospital preparation and medical and public health personnel as well as measures for vaccination including parents, students, government officials, teachers and educational personnel and school workers to prevent and control the spread of communicable diseases in schools under Bangkok
In addition, make sure to check the flashing lights and crosswalks in front of the school to make sure they are ready for use. including coordinating with the Marine Department Check the berth to improve stability. Remind parents or van operators that use vans to pick up and drop off students Check the inside of the van every time when the students are sent to the school. In addition, the district office has arranged the municipal staff to facilitate traffic in front of the school for students, parents and the general public. According to the Volunteer Volunteer Project to take the younger students across the road and the traffic volunteers as well as being prepared to stop any possible incidents such as fires or other disasters in the area of the school or nearby places including organizing the Big Cleaning Day activity for all 437 schools under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration to ensure that all materials, equipment, school buildings, service buildings, canteens, restrooms, players and surrounding areas of the school are continually clean, safe and free from germs.