The first half of 2021 has been a lot easier for our schools than last year. Thanks to comprehensive COVID-19 prevention measures, such as regular hand washing, social distancing, and classroom disinfection, our schools have been able to open for the third semester of the academic year. This has been a huge achievement, considering the situation which the world found itself in this time last year, with neither hope nor prospect of opening educational establishments/school in September 2020. Thanks to the tireless efforts on the part of the schools' staff and directors, they have managed to get children back into the classroom, keep COVID-19 at bay and ensure that the children keep on top of the curriculum set out for them this academic year.
In 2021, the CFF children were able to be back in the classroom, though, of course, on the basis that they washed their hands regularly during the day, teachers disinfected hands, desks and chairs between lessons and the children ate at home before or after coming to school. Whilst moving around in the school building, masks were required and physical contact had to be avoided.