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The measure will allow "to attend full-time classes" school.
This is sent according to the instructions of the Minister of education, Peter Weir , head of school.
The guide describes how schools may operate when fully open and is likely to was published on Friday.
The Letter said: "The Northern Ireland Executive has agreed that the current social distancing guidance of 2m must continue to be followed between all adults within the education system, but that a distance of 1m is safe and appropriate, Children and Young People .
"With the help of the 'protective bubble' was supported by The Department of health and PHA, and bend their use to 1m to allow full classes to visit.
"The 1m cable between the Children following as far as possible within the limits of the physical capacity of the individual school and the 2m-rule for the staff is fully complied with. "
Mr Weir also said that the term begins now, for the Primary Seven, year 12 and year 14 pupils on 24 August .the kids will not make it easier to sit 2m apart, under the fresh leadership
Mr Weir added that the guidance "is subject to the ongoing examination of" depending on scientific and medical advice about Covid-19.
given that the post-primary pupils would attend school, every other week, and that the primary school Children likely to be in school for a minimum of 40% in the week.
would allow the transformation of the social distancing policies, more Children attend during the week.proposed action
A draft plan of the new leadership proposed a series of measures for the complete re-opening of the schools, including, the stagger could be the beginning and end of school days, so that all the Children arriving and leaving at once.
There are ladders for the detailed instructions to schools and school about how The School would work.
Some of the measures to understand it, including:
It is also expected to advice on hygiene measures, cleaning, and the circumstances in which Personal protective equipment (PPE) can be used in schools.