г. Алматы 050051, Казахстан
Тел: +7 (727) 220 75 90
Моб: +7 (771) 747 17 71
План действия HTA
Дарья Михеева, заместитель директора по ВР
Далее информация или объявление о решении министерства, решении нашей школы о том, как будет проходить учеба в первую четверть (поездки в первые 2 недели, и далее дистанционное обучение).
Также просим всех родителей ознакомится с информацией о мерах безопасности в период действия карантина и коронавирус и дать согласие (подписав форму).
Правила безопасности во время поездок
People movement and personal protective equipment (PPE)
Effective and frequent medical-grade cleaning procedures for classrooms, offices, changing rooms, surfaces, railings, doors and windows, toys, sports equipment, dining tables.
Communication with parents
The school will provide regular updates to parents via digital communication, including videos to demonstrate hygiene protocols. The following information will be shared in English, Russian and Kazakh:
Our receptionists can be contacted during office hours by email or by telephone.
Forgotten school items should be clearly labelled with the student’s name and handed to our Security Staff at the nearest entrance to your child’s class. They will ensure they are given to the student.
If you are called by our Medical Team to collect a sick child, they will advise which entrance you should come to and you will be directed to the correct Medical Base.
The measures outlined above make up Phase 1 of a staggered return to normal. We are in discussions regarding the next phase which will include reducing some of our measures in line with a reduced risk from COVID-19. This will be done under guidance of the authorities, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education, and not before it is safe to do so. You will be informed in advance of any changes to the guidelines outlined above. Whilst details of this are unconfirmed, future phases are likely to involve:
When will we reopen?
Our aim is to reopen the school on Knowledge Day (September 1). However, the Knowledge Day ceremony will not follow its usual format in order to support new health and safety protocols.
Will all students return at the same time?
No, our intention is to bring year groups back in stages over the first week of term. This will provide the time and space for all pupils to familiarise themselves with the new rules and routines. Our campus looks significantly different and we have prepared detailed plans for a safe return.
Specific details about your child’s return to school will be shared with each individual year group.
Will there be temperature checks?
You will need to take your child’s temperature before they leave for school each day. If your child displays a temperature over 37.8°C, they should not be sent to school, and we ask that you inform us immediately.
On arrival, your child will pass by one of our thermal imaging cameras. Anyone displaying a high temperature at the entry point will be sent home.
What will happen when I arrive at school?
Pupils will enter the school via the Junior School and Senior School entrances during designated times, in order to allow for social distancing protocols to be maintained. Parents can drop pupils off in vehicles but will not be permitted to enter the school building. Specific information regarding the procedure for your child’s drop off and pick up will be shared with each year group.
How will pupils receive their lunch?
The school is prepared for lunches to be eaten in classrooms in order to maintain social distancing and support minimal movement around the campus.
However, socially distanced dining in the main Dining Hall is also a possibility with clear protocols in place. If this is the case then there will be different sittings with cleaning between each sitting. The Dining Hall will have a clearly signed one-way system. There will be hand washing before entry with entry and exit through a single designated point. Spacing indicators will be used to ensure physical distancing whilst lining up. After eating, the one way system will continue. Spacing lines will guide pupils to the plate collection area. Pupils will follow the one-way system through a separate exit and pupils will wash their hands on leaving the Dining Hall.
Until further notice, unfortunately breakfast will be not served at the beginning of the day.
What would happen if anyone in the school caught COVID 19?
In the event of a member of staff or a pupil testing positive for COVID-19, the Ministry of Health, the staff and the parents will be informed as soon as possible. If the individual has been at the School during the lead up time to the onset of symptoms, all or some sections of the School may close. We will follow the guidelines of the authorities closely and keep the community informed of all decisions.
Will there be PE lessons?
Yes, but there will be specific COVID-safe rules regarding the use of equipment, with appropriate socially distanced activities in place. As long as good weather permits all lessons will be in outdoor areas. The PE programme will be adjusted to follow guidelines for the use of equipment. Until further notice, no swimming lessons will take place. On PE days, all pupils should attend school in their PE uniform and stay in it for the whole day, changing only shoes.
What will happen at the end of the school day?
Pupils will leave the school via the Junior School and Senior School entrances during designated times, in order to allow for social distancing protocols to be maintained. Parents and drivers can collect pupils in vehicles but will not be permitted to enter the school building. Specific information regarding the procedure for your child’s drop off and pick up will be shared with each year group.
Will my child be socially distanced in one classroom?
Pupils will adhere to social distancing guidelines in accordance with the Ministry of Education requirements. For pupils in Reception, KS1, KS2 and KS3, all lessons will take place in the same classroom. For pupils in examination year groups, a minimal amount of movement will be required in order to access specialised equipment and resources to support examination subjects (e.g. Science Labs). Strict cleanliness and hygiene practices will be adhered to between lessons in accordance with sanitary protocols.
What equipment will my child need to bring to school?
All pupils will be provided with a light-weight Haileybury tote bag for essential items only, such as water bottle, sun hat, individual stationery and spare mask.
Lockers will not be used and the bag will remain at the pupil’s designated desk.
Will my child’s books be marked?
Teachers will provide appropriate feedback on pupil work, whilst maintaining strict hygiene practices.
Will children still have playtimes?
Yes, children will still have time to play and socialise during designated, staggered times with their class, all with appropriate sanitising and social distancing. Equipment will be cleaned after each playtime.
Will there be access to learning for students who cannot return to school?
The school has prepared all classrooms to have video streaming technology as part of each lesson. This will allow for teaching and learning to be accessed by any pupil who is unable to come to school.
Will students need to wear normal uniform ?
Normal Haileybury school uniform will be worn, minus ties and blazers. All items are fully washable and will be laundered frequently. Ties and blazers cannot be washed and hence will remain at home.
PE and Games kit may be worn for those days when this is included in the timetable to prevent changing on site.
How will students be allocated to advisories?
We are pleased to offer the opportunity to teach all Junior School pupils in school. In order to enable this pupils will be taught in groups of a maximum of 15 pupils. These groups will be allocated considering a range of factors to ensure all pupils are best supported for in school learning. Further information will be sent regarding teaching groups one week before the start of term.