MEASURES

MEASURES TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF TALLINN MÄNNI KINDERGARTEN COVID-19

Three scenarios for the spread of the coronavirus and organization of studies in the kindergarten

Green scenario

The spread of the virus is under control, and the number of additional infections per day is low. Kindergartens are open, normal teaching takes place. General hygiene rules and, if possible, dispersal requirements are followed.

Yellow scenario

There is an emergency situation in the country or there are several restrictions to prevent the spread of the virus. Kindergartens are open, but work in groups, and contacts between groups are avoided. Halls, sports rooms, etc. in kindergartens must not be shared. Music lessons and movement activities take place outdoors or in a group space to limit cross-use and minimize contact.

Red scenario

There is an emergency situation in the country. Kindergartens are open on a need basis, if necessary, a 24/7 service is also provided.

Depending on the situation, there may be a different scenario for implementation across the city or in a specific institution or group.

 

Green scenario

Yellow scenario

Red scenario

Organization of teaching

• Only healthy children and staff participate in the teaching of the kindergarten. If the child is ill (on any symptoms: stuffy nose or cough or fever e.t.c) , the teacher has the right to send the child home.

• In kindergartens, children are received and handed over outdoors, in bad weather or in special cases at the front door or in the hall. When accepting children, teachers review the children's health and, if in doubt, grade the children. It is recommended that parents and other non-nursery staff stay in the nursery for as short a period as possible.

• Teachers explain to children the rules of hygiene and why it is important to keep a distance from others and show how to wash their hands properly.

• The organization of kindergarten teaching is routine, the staff monitors the observance of basic hygiene requirements and the recommendations of the Health Board as preventive measures.

• When using common areas (hall, sports room, etc.), staff will provide a buffer track for cleaning and ventilation (at least 15 minutes).

• It is allowed to operate hobby groups so that one afternoon has 1 hobby group activity in one room.

• Children's theater performances for a maximum of 3 groups at a time are allowed.

• The organization of kindergarten teaching is flexible to ensure compliance with basic hygiene requirements and national and city restrictions.

• Kindergartens work on a group basis, contact between groups is avoided.

• Halls, singing classes, etc. in kindergartens are not shared. Music lessons and exercise activities take place outdoors or in a group room to limit cross-use of the rooms.

• There are no hobby activities in kindergarten.

• Children's theater performances do not take place in the kindergarten.

• It is recommended to stay in the fresh air as much as possible, including organizing outdoor learning if possible. Outdoors, make sure that contacts are limited to your group's children.

 

• The kindergarten follows the instructions of the Government's state of emergency when organizing studies.

• Kindergartens are open on a need basis, if necessary, a 24/7 service is also provided.

• Kindergartens work on a group basis, the number of children is preferably in the nursery group 6-8 and in the garden group 8-10.

• Kindergartens do not use common areas, music lessons and exercise activities take place in a group room or outdoors.

• During an emergency situation, no hobby education services are provided in kindergarten.

• Children's theater performances do not take place in the kindergarten.

• Playgrounds and sports fields are only open to children in their kindergarten.

Hygiene and personal protective equipment

 

• Kindergartens comply with essential hygiene requirements for the protection of the health of workers and children, such as respiratory and hand hygiene, keeping a distance, adequate ventilation of the premises and frequent and efficient cleaning of surfaces.

• The head of the kindergarten provides hand hygiene facilities (hand washing and antiseptics) in the institution.

• Children and staff with symptoms are not allowed in the kindergarten.

Hygiene and personal protective equipment

• Kindergarten employees have the right to use personal protective equipment

• Parents who enter the house in exceptional cases can be  demanded wearing of personal protective equipment of their own..

• Kindergarten staff use personal protective equipment (visor / protective mask) in accordance with the city's PPE standard.

• Teachers use reusable visors as personal protective equipment in contact teaching and are responsible for cleaning / disinfecting the visors issued to them.

• High-risk workers are used remotely where possible or provided with personal protective equipment.

 

Viimati muudetud: 23.09.2020