在大流行中重返校园学校的门开始重新开放时,学生的状况如何?

关键词:联合国儿童基金会,新冠肺炎疫情,学校师生健康,返校

近日,关注全球儿童健康的视线聚焦在了新冠肺炎疫情后的儿童返校情况。在四月份的全国性禁闭活动高峰期,全球超过194个国家/地区的学生中有91%人失学。这给全世界儿童的生活,学习和福祉造成了不可估量的破坏。疫情期间,联合国儿童基金会正在与各政府和学校合作,保证儿童(尤其是最边缘化的儿童)继续正常学习,不仅让学校重新开学,而且重新开放更好的学校。

随着一些国家的学校校门开始重新开放,诸如洗手站,戴口罩和检查温度等措施已被纳入学校生活。 这是以下国家/地区的学生重返校园的一瞥:

在中国,孩子们在进入幼儿园之前要检查一下体温并使用洗手液,在重庆幼儿园于6月2日重新开放。为了保持儿童的健康和安全,教职员工采取了一系列措施,包括监测新冠肺炎疫情症状,鼓励良好的卫生习惯以及对教室和宿舍进行消毒。

在新冠肺炎疫情爆发后,中国的儿童正逐渐重返学校。根据疾病控制和预防措施,时间表因省和学校年级而异。

联合国儿童基金会支持安全返校运动,以向学生,教师和家长提供实用技巧的帮助,这些实用技巧已分发给全国各地的学校。孩子们在科特迪瓦西南部的圣佩德罗小学上课。由于疫情,学校关闭了数周。5月18日,上课时采取了预防措施:孩子戴口罩,定期洗手并保持身体距离。

当地教育部最近宣布在6月底至9月之间重新开学。联合国儿童基金会通过发展实用的指导和咨询工具来支持该部,以支持地方当局、家庭和学生。

联合国儿童基金会正在为教育部制定安全重启学校的准则提供支持,还支持Minia和Fayoum省360所学校的消毒工作,以帮助保护338,259名儿童。联合国儿童基金会将在12年级期末考试之前帮助另外567所学校消毒。

5月11日,老师和学生在越南老街开学的第一天采取了预防措施。这些措施被称为“新习惯”,以在疫情大流行期间使所有人的学校更安全。自从1月下旬的农历新年节以来长时间休息后,超过2200万越南学生开始重返校园。为了让学校重新开放,他们必须符合教育和培训部设定的安全标准清单,以防止感染蔓延。这些措施包括确保环境和食品卫生,准备医疗和卫生工具(例如温度计和肥皂),进行温度检查,安排学生戴口罩并且在教室中适当隔开。

在联合国儿童基金会的支持下,越南全国所有43,966所学校都实施了学校安全规程,以帮助学生和教师重返校园。

评论

在疫情下,学生返校工作尤为重要。这些国家在这种特殊情况下,也同样为学生们提供了安全、良好的学习环境。联合国儿童基金会也与各国政府和学校合作,搭建洗手台和测温通道,让儿童继续学习,让学校重新开学。在抗击新冠肺炎疫情的大环境下,联合国儿童基金会与各国政府和学校间的合作,为促进儿童健康发展发挥了关键性的作用。

撰稿:孔垂青  

翻译:孔垂青  

编辑:招嘉艺

原文链接:https://www.unicef.org/coronavirus/heading-back-school-in-pandemic#

Heading back to School in the Pandemic

——As School Doors Start to Reopen in Some Countries, What Does It Look Like for Students?

Key words: UNICEF, COVID-19 epidemic, School health,School return

An entire generation has seen its education interrupted. At the height of nation-wide lockdowns in April, approximately 91 per cent of the world’s students in more than 194 countries were out of school. This has caused immeasurable disruption to the lives, learning and wellbeing of children around the world.  

UNICEF is working together with governments and schools to keep children, particularly the most marginalized, learning and to not just reopen schools, but reopen better schools. 

As school doors start to reopen in some countries, measures like handwashing stations, physical distancing, mask wearing and temperature checks are being integrated into school life. Here’s a glimpse of what a return to school looks like for students in the following countries.

In China,Children get their temperature checked and use hand sanitizer before entering their kindergarten, which reopened on 2 June in Chongqing, China. To keep children healthy and safe, staff and teachers have implemented a series of measures, including monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms, encouraging good hygiene practices and disinfecting classrooms and dormitories.

Children in China are gradually returning to school following the COVID-19 outbreak. Based on disease control and prevention measures, timetables vary across provinces and school grades.

Children attend classes at the primary school of San-Pedro, in the South West of Côte d’Ivoire. Due to COVID-19, schools were closed for several weeks. On 18 May, classes resumed with precautionary measures: children wearing masks, washing their hands regularly and maintaining physical distance.UNICEF supported a Safe School Return campaign to support students, teachers and parents with practical tips that have been distributed to schools across the country.

The Ministry of Education has recently announced a school break between the end of June and September. UNICEF is supporting the ministry with the development of practical guidance and counseling tools to support local authorities, families and students.

A student gets his hands disinfected at a high school in Minia governorate in Egypt.

UNICEF is supporting the Ministry of Education with the development of guidelines for the safe reopening of schools. We have also supported disinfection efforts in 360 schools in the Minia and Fayoum governorates to help protect 338,259 children. UNICEF will help disinfect another 567 schools ahead of the Grade 12 final exams.

Teachers and students take preventative measures on the first day of school in Lao Cai, Viet Nam on 11 May. These measures are being called ‘new habits’ to make schools safer for all during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Following a prolonged break since the Lunar New Year festival in late January, over 22 million Vietnamese students began to return to school. For schools to reopen, they had to meet a list of safety standards set by the Ministry of Education and Training, to prevent the spread of infections. These included environmental and food hygiene, medical and sanitation tools (such as thermometers and soap), temperature checks, mask wearing and appropriate distancing in the classroom.

With support from UNICEF, all 43,966 schools nationwide have implemented school safety protocols to help students and teachers return to school. 

Comment

Under the epidemic situation, students need to return to school. These countries also provide a safe and good learning environment for students in this special situation. UNICEF has also cooperated with governments and schools of various countries to build hand washing stations and temperature measurement channels so that children can continue to study and allow schools to reopen. In the context of  fighting the epidemic, UNICEF and treatment have played a key role in promoting children’s health in schools.

Writer: Chuiqing Kong

Translator: Chuiqing Kong  

Editor:Jiayi Zhao

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