Are children ready for full-capacity classes?

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"With a child missing a [full] week of school, their minds are not geared for learning till day three, and then the week is almost over". (Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images)
"With a child missing a [full] week of school, their minds are not geared for learning till day three, and then the week is almost over". (Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images)

While no official announcements have been made, the Department of Basic Education has hinted that rotational teaching may soon be a thing of the past, and many teachers are bracing themselves for the return of full-capacity classes and pre-Covid-19 class schedules.

For many, the return comes with concerns around safety due to overcrowding and whether learners will have developed unproductive habits over the past year.

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