Rules and recommendations
If you are a teacher of classes that participate in full-time teaching, it is understood that you may attend school.
Screening testing of students has been terminated and teachers are no longer required to prove one of the O-T-N conditions.
As a teaching staff member, if I have a positive result 2 days before or after I have been in contact with a class or group I must report this to the school.
Continue to ensure that the following hygiene recommendations and precautions are met:
- Respirators or nano veils are mandatory for students and teachers except when the student is seated, consuming food/drink, etc. Furthermore in activities whose nature excludes it, i.e. physical education, singing, etc.
- We recommend frequent ventilation in classrooms and common areas (5 minutes between classes and in the middle of each class, or every 30 minutes).
- Being out in the fresh air is recommended.
- It is recommended to organize pupils' movement in the school area (including coming and going) to limit contact with pupils from other classes.
In case the school operates in distance learning mode, remember that it is not only a complex challenge for the students but also for the teaching staff. Many of us are learning with online tools as we go along. Please see that you are not only broadening your own horizons but also helping all of your students. The teacher's explanation is irreplaceable and your students will appreciate your effort to explain everything to them, at least remotely.
The current situation is very psychologically taxing. Especially in terms of the added stress that this new type of education brings. Do not be afraid to ask for help.
If you need technical help, don't be afraid to ask your children for help. They will be happy to help you and pass on their experience. If you need mental help, browse through this section.
If you need technical help, don't be afraid to ask your children for help. They will be happy to help you and pass on their experience.
Registration for priority vaccination for teaching and non-teaching staff has been closed.
There are lots of useful tips for online learning on the Ministry of Education website (only in Czech).
You can also take inspiration from webinars (only in Czech) on how to manage the challenges you may encounter in the online classroom.
For further inspiration visit this website.