Udayan has re-opened, after over 5 months of closure amid COVID-19 lockdown. 28 senior students were brought back to campus this week and more children will slowly be brought back in a phase wise manner, to ensure adequate quarantining and safety of both staff and children.
The Governing Body and Udayan Management have charted out a detailed plan of action, and are taking every precaution to protect children, which includes disinfection of all the buildings and vehicles in Udayan premises.
“We began taking back children from Class X and above as these senior students are being severely impacted by lack of school and looming important examinations. Children’s safety is of prime importance and we are taking all the precautions to ensure their safety at Udayan.” Said Udayan’s Director Dipak Sahu.
All children will be tested for COVID19, along with the staff brought back to supervise and support them. While children will be at Udayan, strict rules and processes will be followed – such as maintaining proper social distancing and regular sanitization of premises including classrooms, wash rooms, and other common places.
“We will be strictly adhering to the State and Udayan’s Standard Operating Procedures and will take every measure to keep children safe as we bring them back in a phase-wise manner, and learning.” He said.