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Safety Measures

The school strictly follows the all safety measures and health procedures established by the school administrations as well as the protocols of the Saudi Ministry of Health

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Physical Distancing

Physical distancing procedures established, as well as the protocols of the Ministry of Health, include:

  • We are Maintain a distance of at least 1 meter between everyone present at school

  • Desk spacing (at least 1. 2 meter between desks), stagger recesses/breaks and lunch breaks (if difficult, one alternative is to have lunch at desks)

  • Limit the mixing of classes for school and school activities.

  • Stagger the school day to vary the start and end times and avoid having all the students and teachers together at once.

  • if possible, Keep fewer students per classroom

  • Avoid crowding during school pick-up Arrange school pick up/drop off times differently (according to age group) to decrease any large gatherings of children at a given time

  • Signs, ground markings, tape, barriers and other means to maintain 1 meter distance in queues around entrances

  • We manage physical education and sports lessons

  • Encourage students not to gather and socialize in big groups upon leaving school grounds.

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Hand Sanitation
Hand Sanitation

Health & Hand Hygiene

Teachers have a critical role to play in ensuring students understand the precautions they should take to protect themselves and others from COVID-19, Teacher Encourage students to get into the practice of regularly washing their hands and/or applying hand sanitizers at key moments, such as entering and leaving the classroom; touching surfaces, learning materials, books, and after using a tissue to blow their nose.

Handwashing is one of easiest, more cost efficient and effective way of combating the spread of germs and keeping students and staff healthy.

Five steps for handwashing

  1. Wet hands with safe, running water

  2. Apply enough soap to cover wet hands

  3. Scrub all surfaces of the hands – including backs of hands, between fingers and under nails – for at least 20 seconds. You can encourage students to sing a quick song at this point to make it a fun habit

  4. Rinse thoroughly with running water

  5. Dry hands with a clean cloth or single-use towel.

  • If there is limited access to a sink, running water or soap in the school, then use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 per cent alcohol.

  • We are giving points to students each time they wash their hands or apply sanitizer.

  • posters/ announcements throughout the classroom or school in highly visible places.

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