Organisation of studies from Monday 3 May [Update 30.04]
[UPDATE 28.04: S5 and S7 pupils are also back at school from Monday 3 May.]
[UPDATE 30.04: Primary Aftercare and Extracurricular activities reopen under special conditions.]
All classes of Nursery and Primary cycles, Secondary 5 and Secondary 7 are back at school from Monday 3 May. S1, S2, S3, S4 and S6 are in distance learning.
Following the approval by the Estonian Government of the gradual easing of COVID-19 restrictions starting from Monday 26 April (read more), all Nursery and Primary classes are studying at school after Spring Break starting from Monday 3 May. In addition, the Government has decided on Tuesday 27 April that students of graduating classes were also allowed back at school from Monday 3 May (read more). Secondary 5 and Secondary 7 pupils are studying at school from Monday 3 May. S1, S2, S3, S4 and S6 remain in distance learning.
- All groups follow the usual study organisation at school.
- Precare and Aftercare services are provided.
- All pupils of P1 to P5 study at school following the respective timetables.
- Primary Aftercare services are provided under special conditions:
- the pupil and/or a sibling of the pupils is/are registered in an Extracurricular activity;
- the pupil has a sibling in Nursery (allowed to stay in Aftercare until 16:00).
- All other pupils are expected to leave school after their last lesson.
- Secondary 5 and Secondary 7 classes study at school following their respective timetables.
- S1, S2, S3, S4 and S6 continue to study in distance learning.
- Individual lessons take place at school.
- Football, Street Dance, Show Dance, Gymnastics, Inspiring Illustrations and Nursery Dance take place outdoors at the school yard.
- Seriously Smart Stories and Web Design take place online.
- The rest of the activities are paused for now.
If you would like to withdraw your child from the activities, please inform our Activity Manager Liina Nigu (email@example.com).
- Families who have been travelling abroad during the school break are kindly asked to follow the restrictions applying to all travellers to Estonia. Please make sure to read the information from the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the information to Estonian citizens and residents travelling to Estonia on kriis.ee.
- Consultations, support lessons and learning activities can be organised at school. Pupils and parents will be contacted separately by the teachers.
- The school remains open for all members of staff provided that direct contacts are avoided.
- All persons need to wear a mask while being indoors (the school can provide masks when necessary). The obligation does not extend to children under the age of 12 or in case it is not possible to wear the mask for health reasons or due to the nature of the activity or other valid reasons.
- Every person present at school must be healthy. If a person feels unwell during the school day, the school nurse must be contacted immediately!