Independent Schools Delay Reopening Due to Lockdown Level 3

As South Africa deals with a second wave of Covid-19 infections, independent schools, which were scheduled to reopen from January 12 or 13, have postponed their reopening to January 18.

Entry and exit grades will most likely be the first to return to school, should schools be implementing a hybrid model of instruction, Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa (ISASA) executive director Lebogang Montjane predicted.

The hybrid model consists of staggering and rotating attendance so that some pupils are on campus, and others continue to receive instruction through electronic platforms.

The full article is available on the Independent Online website.