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Students in grades one through six from all districts in Hanoi resumed in-person classes from April 6. (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – Teachers expect back to school would help fill knowledge gaps of their students after several months of online learning.

Students in grades one through six from all districts in Hanoi resumed in-person classes from April 6, and with just two months left in the 2021-2022 school year, schools are working hard to ensure the programs of the year.

“Teachers will use offline learning to equip their students with what they missed during online lessons,” said Tran Thi Loan, principal of Thanh Liet Primary School in Thanh Tri district. “Students will have lesson reviews and exams at school.”

Le Thi Thu Hang, headmaster of Ba Trieu Primary School in Hai Ba Trung district, said that apart from the curriculum classes, teachers will help their students resume school activities in the first week.

For many first-graders in Hanoi, it was their first time going to school this school year, so they were excited and eager to learn about their schools. Teachers will spend time helping them get used to school life and classroom rules.

Schools are urged to provide security against COVID-19[feminine] in accordance with the guidance given by the Ministry of Education and Training and the Ministry of Health, while preparing and planning the response to the situation where COVID-19 infections are detected in schools.

District COVID-19 Prevention and Control Steering Committees are authorized to consider suspending direct learning to ensure the utmost safety of students should infections be discovered in classrooms and schools. /.

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