After the announcement made by Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin yesterday (11 January), the nation was in confusion over the lack of detailed standard operating procedures (SOP) made during the announcement.
Most Malaysians were in quandary regarding the schooling period which is set to start on 20 January. In his speech, the Prime Minister briefly mentioned that only students taking their SPM will be allowed to attend school.
In a statement by the Ministry of Education, they specified that the SOPs will be subject to areas depending on if they’re under MCO, CMCO or RMCO.
For areas under MCO:
- Face to face learning is only for students who will be taking their SPM, SVM, SKM, STPM, STAM, DVM and any equivalent international exams for the year of 2020 and 2021.
- Students living in hostels who will be sitting for their exams can return to their hostels starting 16 January.
- A special permission letter will be given by the school for the students to travel interstate.
- ALL primary school students and high school students from Form One to Form Four will resume their online learning beginning 20 January.
- For students who are going to enter Form One but have not sat for their Pentaksiran Kemasukan Sekolah Khusus (PKSK), registered candidates can take the evaluation from 20 to 29 January.
- For students who are going to enter Form Four but have not sat for their Pentaksiran Kemasukan Sekolah Khusus (PKSK), registered candidates can take the evaluation from 15 to 25 February.
- For school operational purposes, teachers will have to return to their schools before 20 January.
- Matriculation students will remain in their campuses for face-to-face learning
- For IPG students, online learning will begin on 17 January.
For areas under CMCO and RMCO:
- All educational institutions under the Ministry of Education and under the Private Education Institution (IPS) registered with the KPM will be going ahead as per schedule.
Stay tuned for more updates!
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