Teachers provided & correct Student's homework
COVID 19 pandemic is continuing around the world. Particularly, in Cambodia is still pandemic in the community. Meanwhile the government of Cambodia issued a proclamation forbidding people reunites, following the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport still announced to all schools to be suspended, after school was closed all students stay at home, they did not receive any education, realizing that such as a difficult situation, the teachers of SCC-CBE school wanted all children to get education. Our teachers went to students’ home directly to teach, despite challenges the high risks. Being teachers always worry about students, if they do not get education and don’t come to school, they will forget everything what they have already learned and be afraid of enrolling class when the school reopen.
By understanding such issues, teachers’ SCC-CBE school never think about their own difficulties, they volunteered to visit the poorest students’ home to follow up them. As we know, the poorest families they do not much focus on their children education. Although studying at home is not the same as at school, it doesn’t teach all subjects as at school, but our teachers focus on English, Khmer literature and Math which are the main subjects. In addition, it is an opportunity for teachers to meet their students’ parents/guardians to counseling on how to encourage children to learn at home regularly, among of these parents/guardians should help to arrange the lesson, schedule and follow-up children’s study even drop out of school. On that occasion, the SCC-CBE teachers discussed to the students’ parents/guardians and whom stay nearby to know how to protect COVID 19 pandemic.
We would like to inform you that SCC-CBE School has already been reopened on January 18, 2021. This was informed by SCC Management Team and allowed by Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport of Cambodia.
Wonderful messages from children from SCC-CBE
Children start learning again when school reopen