Crestar Students Happy To Be Back

July 28, 2020

Classes have resumed at Crestar Learning Centre since 27 June after the reopening of the second phase of the Covid-19 restrictions, as our students returned to a new normal in their learning.

On their first day back in class, each student received a Welcome Pack that included a face mask, an apple and a “welcome back” note. There were many happy faces as the children were able to see their friends and classmates in person again.

They have since adjusted to the new normal of SafeEntry and temperature-taking procedures, safe distancing during lessons after class, avoidance of clustering and talking, and hand washing or sanitising routines.

The premises are also been meticulously cleaned and sanitised everyday before students arrive for their classes. And students were regularly reminded to exercise self-discipline and personal responsibility to ensure a safe environment for everyone.

Classes were earlier suspended since the end of March after advisory from the Ministry of Health (MOH), and virtual classes were introduced to help keep children learning through the circuit Breaker period since April 7.

Our Virtual Classroom is still available to those who prefer to continue their learning in the comfort of their homes, such as our abacus, Chinese, art and dance programmes.

However, dance competitions and exams will continue to be conducted using online platforms.

And for the convenience of parents there is no necessity for them to visit the centres to make fee payments, as it can now be done using digital devices.

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