Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Rotational Learning to continue in the 2022 Academic year

Schools that were using the rotational learning timetable in 2021 will continue to do so in the 2022 academic year, according to the Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga. Rotational learning works by learners being divided into groups and they attend school on different days.

Motshekga was speaking at a media briefing where she detailed the department’s reopening readiness plan for schools on Tuesday.

She revealed that her department is exploring possibilities to return schooling to normal, however they need to do so responsibly; and to this end, they rely entirely on the advice of public health experts, through the Ministerial Advisory Committee, the National Coronavirus Command Council, and Cabinet

 Done by Lizeka Tsotetsi


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