14-Day Leave of Absence
We will adopt the MOE Leave of Absence guideline voluntarily. For families who have returned from mainland China on or after 15 Jan 2020, lessons will be strictly placed on hold for 14 days, starting from the first day after return. We will make an exception to offer replacement lessons (more than the usual limit of 1 replacement lesson) upon submission of your travel documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
None of our staff have travelled to mainland China in the last 12 months.
Mandatory Travel & Health Declaration
We seek your cooperation to complete and sign a Mandatory Travel & Health Declaration Form during drop-off.
If you anticipate that you will answer "Yes" to any of the following questions, please call us on 6560 8588 or email email@example.com.
(Q1) Do you suffer from fever, cough, shortness of breath?
(Q2) Have you visited mainland China in the last 14 days?
(Q3) To the best of your knowledge and belief, do you have contact with anyone (including your family members) who have been admitted to hospital for suspected infectious disease (eg. the Wuhan coronavirus) in the last 14 days?
(Q4) To the best of your knowledge and belief, do you have contact with anyone (including your family members) have contact with anyone who has been to the Hubei province in China in the last 14 days?
This form will also aid in contact tracing should the need arise.
Enhanced Infection Control & Other Measures
We will be performing our usual temperature checks, visual screening (for symptoms of infectious disease) and hand-sanitisation at the reception area, instead of in the classroom.
We are also mindful that anyone could also be infectious but show no signs/symptoms, or shows symptoms of infections but are actually well. In consideration of other children, and your child’s health, please keep your child at home if he/she is unwell.
We will be enhancing the hygiene practices in place, including more frequent sanitisation of all classrooms and common areas after each lesson.