(KPL) The Panyathip International School, a leading international school in Vientiane Capital, has confirmed is readiness to resume regular teaching and learning on Jun 2 with combat and preventive measures tightened against Covid-19.
“All students and teachers must wear masks and be given thermal tests before they can be allowed to enter the school,” said Mr Paul Hammond, Primary Campus Principal, Panyathip International School.
“In order to prevent the spread of Covid-19, our school attaches attention to observing the guidelines of the Ministry of Education and Sports and the Ministry of Health, especially social distancing, banning all activities with many participants and community sports. Lunch time is arranged and split according to the number of students.”
“When our school was closed, teaching and learning was conducted through online means and assessment was conducted for the schooling performance of our students so that we could better understand the advantages and disadvantages of online teaching and learning,” said Ms Palinyakone Panyathip, Student Counsellor and Board Member of Panyathip International School.