Eagerness, excitement, and enthusiasm… There are a rush and ride of happiness among parents and students as life is returning to normal. It’s time for children to take the happy steps towards school, finally!
While parents and children are preparing for school, here are some precautions and practices suggested for the students to ensure safety while being #HappyAtSchool
Make sure to wear a face mask with mouth and nose covered all the time. Avoid sharing or trading masks with others.
Following all the hygiene precautions are a must when your child is exposed to a public space.
- Frequent use of alcohol-based sanitizers, hand washing with soap and water for at least 20sec.
- Covering your mouth with elbow or tissue while sneezing or coughing. Also, after sneezing into the tissues students should ensure they dispose of the tissue immediately and wash their hands.
- Even with clean hands, students should ensure they don’t touch their eyes, nose, or face.
- After using the washroom they should flush the toilet to avoid infection from spreading.
- They must learn to keep their sanitizers 24×7 while they are on & off-campus.
Practicing Social Distancing:
After the school re-opens children will be most excited to meet their peers. But practicing social distancing is the most important measure that every student must follow. Social distancing, or physical distancing, is the practice of allowing enough space between individuals to reduce the spread of disease. There should be at least 6 feet of difference between each student i.e (around 2 meters). Avoid social activities, gatherings, and standing in a close group for a longer time.
- Proper nutrition will help your child in boosting his/her immune system and fight the infection. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), balanced nutrition and hydration are vital. Eating fresh food such as Fruits, Vegetables, Legumes, Nuts, and Whole Grain will benefit your child.
- Water is essential because it transports nutrients and compounds in blood, regulates your body temperature, gets rid of waste, and lubricates and cushions joints. Drinking at least 10 cups of water is essential for better results.
- Say NO to junk food, eat homemade food that is healthy and nutritious.
Health a Priority:
Students must coordinate with Parents or Teachers if they are not feeling well. Parents should monitor the child’s fever and if the child has other signs of illness they should consult a doctor. If children are not feeling well they should stay at home and rest. As a parent, it is important that your child feels comfortable in sharing his/her concerns and anxieties. It should be addressed properly with the right information.
CONCLUSION: As you prepare to send your child back into the fun learning classroom, we are ready to welcome them with all our love and care. TAS aims in building a safe, positive, and fun learning environment for our children to carry the same #HappyAtSchool learning. With excitement, we take on the little steps towards the same #BackToSchool schedule.