COVID-19 Protocols in Spanish lessons
See below the general information on the actions and protocols that we will follow during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Remember that your safety is the most important thing to us, and we can and must all take care of ourselves.
The four schools have been certified as SAFE SCHOOLS by FEDELE.
- The use of a mask is obligatory at all times and you cannot access the schools' premises without one.
- Masks should cover your nose and mouth at all times.
- Surgical masks are for sale at the reception.
- You will find antibactieral hand gel at the entrances, at reception and in the classrooms.
- Hygiene regulations and the maximum capacity of persons is signposted, as well as floor markings to remind you to keep your distance.
- In-person interactions will be limited to only those that are strictly necessary.
- Interactions at reception are done through a protective screen.
- Informal gatherings or meetings in entrances, corridors and communal areas are prohibited.
- The decoration and furniture in the waiting room have been removed.
- You must follow the one-way circuit and follow the direction signposted in order to avoid people crossing each other in the corridors.
- Entering and leaving the school will be organised in a staggered manner in an attempt to avoid crowding at the entrance and communal areas (corridors, hall, toilets, etc.).
- Queues to the entrance/exit and communal areas will be signposted and devices will be established in order to ensure the minimum safety distance between people.
- In each classroom you will find disinfectant spray and blotting paper to disinfect the seats and desks with. Although the classrooms are disinfected twice a day, we recommend that each student cleans their work space at the beginning of the lesson.
- You should not use the shelves and coat hangers. Backpacks and personal items should always stay next to your tables.
- Leaving the classroom unnecessarily should be avoided.
Guidelines for action in the case of a sympomatic student or contact with a postive case
- If a student starts showing symptoms or if a member of staff notices a students' symptoms during the school day, they will be taken to separate room and encouraged to contact their primary care doctor to report their symptoms.
- If a student tests positive for COVID-19, their teacher and classmates will be notified.