Our Transition Class is resuming stationary classes
Dear Parents and Guardians,
As you already know, Transition Class in Warsaw Montessori School is resuming stationary classes on Wednesday, 6 May.
We ensure that we are fully prepared for the opening of the Transition class, ready to teach and provide childcare services in compliance with all precautionary measures while maintaining the highest safety and hygiene standards.
We have prepared special face masks for our children as according to guidelines of the Ministry of National Education, Ministry of Health and the State Sanitary Inspectorate children over 4 years of age should be provided with personal nose and mouth covers on the way to / and from school. In the school there is no requirement to wear masks.
Teachers, assistants and other staff will be dressed in gowns, they will have face shields and disposable gloves. They will also be equipped with hand disinfectants, sprays for washing and disinfecting surfaces.
Bringing the child to / picking up from the school
• When you arrive to the school, please stay outside the gate. In order to reduce the number of visits to the building to the necessary minimum, you will be asked to leave the child with a trusted member of the school staff. Only school teachers and staff will be allowed to enter the school area. Before a child walks through the gate, the child’s temperature will be taken. We call for your social responsibility. We will be consistent in this respect as we have in mind children’s and teachers’ safety.
• A teacher / employee will pick your child and take the child to disinfect the shoes on a disinfection mat, then to the hand wash station and then walk the child to the classroom.
• Children arrival and departure times will be recorded in the attendance lists by a school employee.
• If a child arrives on a scooter or bicycle, we will pick the vehicle, disinfect it and put it in a designated place.
• When you bring your child to the school and notice that there are parents waiting outside, please be socially responsible and keep a distance from one another.
• We kindly request that you do not ask grandparents, elderly people, carers aged 60 and above to bring children to the school or pick them up.
• Classes will be organized as normal, the children will stay in their classroom.
• The structures in the playground will be sanitized each time after the children have left it.
• After school classes will be run in the classroom or in the playground.
Toilets and washrooms will be sanitized each time after a child uses them.
• The classroom will be regularly aired.
• The school, the equipment inside, the materials (both inside as outside the building) will be regularly sanitized.
• Children taking part in after school activities will remain in their group until the end of the day.
Breakfast and Lunch
Parents will not be allowed to prepare snacks until further notice. Our Fast and Healthy kitchen will prepare all meals.
• Breakfast – 10 PLN
• Full lunch (soup + main course) – 15 PLN
Information for Parents – an extract from the guidelines of the State Sanitary Inspection and the Ministry of Health on April 29, 2020
Dear Parent and Guardian,
• In order to ensure proper childcare in the facility, give the Director all relevant information about the child’s health.
• If your child is 4 years of age or older, provide the child with a personal nose and mouth cover on the way to and from the facility.
• Only healthy children are allowed in the facility – without any symptoms.
• Do not bring your child to school if someone stays at home in quarantine or isolation. In that situation all you have to stay at home and follow the advice of medical services and your doctor.
• Explain to your child that unnecessary objects or toys must not be brought to the school.
• Regularly remind your child about the basic rules of hygiene.
• Emphasize that the child should avoid touching his/her eyes, nose and mouth, wash hands frequently with soap and water and not shake hands while greeting others. Show your child how to cover the face when coughing or sneezing. Remember that you also should follow the above rules because the child learns by observing good examples.
Founder and Owner Warsaw Montessori Family