In order to prevent coronavirus from spreading, it is essential that children who are ill do not attend day care or school.
Currently, the coronavirus situation in Finland is good and everyone can participate in preventing the epidemic from spreading.
- We have given staff in schools instructions that teaching should mainly be arranged in their own classroom and be led by one
In all transitions that pupils make in primary schools during the day, all contacts with other teaching groups and pupils are minimised.
Student welfare at schools will organise support for children who cannot be contacted through distance teaching or who have problems at home.
The decision applies to municipal early childhood education in day care centres and family day care as well as morning and afternoon clubs.
- The customer is always in the middle of the new service delivery system.
Last update: Nov 27th, 5 pm.
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