During the country's extensive lockdown, the Holy Trinity School in Nigeria developed an elaborate drop-off and delivery system for their children and their families. This involved parents collecting the children's classwork and homework at the beginning of the week and dropping back the various finished versions at the end of week for marking. This way, teachers managed to work around the issue of internet access and their inability to hold online lessons for this reason and ensured that children stayed on top of their work successfully, whilst minimising interpersonal contact.
For the first half of 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.