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MoE: Schools closed for all but form five and six students, who will do hybrid learning

The following is a release from the Ministry of Education:

The Ministry of Education takes this opportunity to indicate that under the Covid-19 regulations in force from 30 April to 23 May 2021, secondary schools are allowed to conduct face to face sessions for students of forms five and six only where absolutely necessary to complete practical subject components for 2o21 examinations.

Photo: Presentation (San F’do) students react to the action during their South Intercol final clash with Naparima at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium on 25 November 2019.
(Copyright Daniel Prentice/CA-Images/Wired868)

Please be advised that school-feeding and transport will not be available from 30 April to 23 May 2021, due to the large variability of numbers of students accessing face to face school during this time. All other secondary, primary and ECCA students should continue with the online or package systems.

Schools will continue to operate under strict Covid-19 guidelines and should take all recommended safety precautions.

All educational material provided by the Ministry of Education via television, radio, print media and online will continue to be available for student and parent access.

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