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Expect behavioural change in children

 

Oct 21, 2021 12:01:08 PM

Expect behavioural change in children Minister for Education Premila Kumar believes there will be behavioural changes in children because of their mental health being severely impacted by the pandemic.

Kumar while visiting a secondary school said teachers to have patience with students when schools reopen as things will not be the same when classes resume.

She said students have spent more time at home than in school this year and they expect children to behave in a different way.

“Eight months is a very long time to close a school and you can imagine what happened in that eight months when kids are at home,” she said.

“They have been to school and obviously at home they have all the freedom in the world, they eat whenever they like at whatever time and they sleep whenever they like.

“Also maybe playing videos on their computer and not printing out their books, that’s what is expected. I know you have worked extremely hard during the lockdown,” she said.

She said some children experienced the realities of what their parents faced during this pandemic.

“We have prepared ourselves for any situation. Teachers have been trained as well on psycho-social support on how they are going to assist a child.”

She said the ministry had trained personnel on the ground to provide any psychological support to students.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

 

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