When school resumes on Monday, all lessons will be taught remotely.
It's back to school on Monday, 4 January, but it will be a little different than usual. Before Christmas, the government decided to extend school closures for one week. Nurseries and day-care centres will also remain closed until 10 January.
All classes will be taught remotely, and all papers will be postponed to the week after. Parents will be able to take holiday for family reasons to take care of their children.
A helpline (8002-9393) providing psychological support to teenagers has been put in place, operating from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. until 10 January. Should you have any questions concerning the general measures put in place by the education ministry, please call 8002 9090.
Learning material for primary school children will be sent out several times per day on the website Schouldoheem.
School children will be able to go back into school on 11 January. The Ministry of Education has announced that children between the ages of 4 and 19 will be asked to get tested.
Furthermore, carbon dioxide sensors will be installed in primary and secondary schools as well as in skills centres in mid-January in order to determine how to air classrooms in the most efficient way.