21 June 2020
Tuition centres will be reducing class sizes and rescheduling some lessons as they re-open in the coming weeks.
Other policies may also include implementing sufficient break time between lessons to allow for students to move around without bumping too much into each other. This time allowance also gives teachers the chance to do some area cleaning between classes.
Centre Stage School of the Arts, which offers programmes in areas including drama and musical theatre, is one private educational centre that is resuming face-to-face classes on Monday.
Meanwhile, a few tuition providers such as EduReach said it plans to continue with online classes after getting feedback from some parents.
When contacted by The Straits Times, parents by and large welcomed the resumption of education services.
“There’s a lot of catching up to do and my son has common tests coming up. Hopefully, he will be able to catch up,” said one parent.