Ministry of National Education: Primary students will go to school without rotation from April 17 | Malaysia

Senior Education Minister Datuk Mohd Radzi Md Jidin said the decision was made after reviewing the process of rotating face-to-face sessions for primary schools since March 21 and face-to-face sessions without rotation for secondary schools since Monday. . — Photo by Devan Manuel

KUALA LUMPUR, April 8 – The Ministry of Education has announced that all primary school students are allowed to attend school for face-to-face learning without rotation from April 17 for Group A states and 18 April for Group B states.

Senior Education Minister Datuk Mohd Radzi Md Jidin said the decision was made after reviewing the process of rotating face-to-face sessions for primary schools since March 21 and face-to-face sessions without rotation for secondary schools since Monday. .

He said this via a video uploaded to his Facebook page today.

Group A includes Johor, Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu and other states fall under Group B.

Previously, the ministry had established that students in the third, fourth and fifth grades should attend school on a rotating basis, especially for schools with more than 600 students, while schools with fewer than 600 students, all daily primary schools and private schools were obliged to take classes without rotation.

Radzi also advised students and teachers to adhere to established standard operating procedures even though the country has entered the transition to the endemic phase.

He also called on parents to continue to remind their children that compliance with SOPs is a priority. — Bernama