30.3.2020 04:00 pm
The department has advised that parents provide a quiet place and a regular time for homework and other learning activities every day.
With the early closure of schools and now the announcement of a 21 day lockdown until 16 April there is much uncertainty about when schools will open again for learning to resume. The department of basic educations says, "Most schools have developed activities for parents and learners to work together to extend school work into the home so as for learning to continue during this trying period. To maximise learning outcomes and achievements during this period, we advise parents to provide a quiet place and a regular time for homework and other learning activities."
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