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National cabinet to discuss school return whether it be remote or face-to-face | Bendigo Advertiser

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A plan on how students can safely return to schools amid the growing cases will be put up for discussion during today’s national cabinet meeting. Acting Health and Education Secretary James Merlino told reporters on Wednesday that schools would return “exactly” as planned for the first term in late January. Related Topics: Will Victorian Schools Return to Face-to-Face Learning? It’s unclear “We want our kids in front of their teachers, with their classmates, the first day, the first class this year, it’s very important… and we’ll make sure that’s the case,” he said. He urged parents to try to vaccinate their children before that time to make the classroom environment safer. “We have made a commitment to vaccinate the people of Victoria, and then we can move beyond distance learning and beyond the lockdown,” Merlino said. “We don’t know what’s around the corner or what might happen in six months. But we support the national framework to get students back to school for the start of the first semester – the first day of the first semester.” The return to face-to-face learning has been appropriate, said Del Pierce, principal of Bendigo High College. He said all schools already had a range of health measures in place for all staff, students and teachers. More news: “We will await advice on testing and isolation arrangements from health and education authorities,” he said. “Schools will have to monitor COVID-related absences from students and staff and adjust accordingly.” In the case of the BSSC, we will consider the feasibility of introducing teachers online if this is the best way to provide continuity of learning to students. It is expected that there will be some level of dropout until the vaccination of younger children and the availability of boosters for older students. Our journalists work hard to bring up-to-date local news to the community. This is how you can access our trusted content:

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