Schools resumed in-person learning yesterday, marking another return to normal after the country’s education system was disrupted by successive waves of COVID-19 infections that began two years ago.
Some 803 students returned to the classroom in Katok Secondary School yesterday.
“We are grateful that once again teachers and students are able to continue face-to-face learning in the classroom,” said the school’s Deputy Principal Norahtina Seriyati binti Haji Omar.
“This allows more engagement between teachers and their students,” she said, adding it would help especially in subjects requiring practical lessons.
“Students were limited to just learning theory during online classes,” she said.
More details on Wednesday’s Borneo Bulletin