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Ogun State government grants All Students automatic promotion as schools finally reopen



In Ogun State, schools were finally reopened five months after they were shut down so as to curb COVID-19 spread.

Reports reveals that the Ogun state government said schools should reopen for the first session of the 2020/2021 term on September 21.

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Ogun state government disclose that automatic promotion to the next class was given to all students, including automatic placement in JSS1 of public secondary schools for primary 6 students in public primary schools.

Kunle Somorin, the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Dapo Abiodun, announced this in a statement on Monday that the reopening of schools would be extended to all classes in primary and secondary schools, technical and vocational colleges, and tertiary learning institutions.

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Universities, polytechnics, and College Of Educations are to resume the same day, September 21, according to Kunle Somorin.



Moreover,the school hours are staggered for public schools as part of the COVID-19 Guidelines.

Primary one pupils to three are schooled from 8 am to 11 am, while those in primary 4 to 6 are schooled from 12 noon to 3 pm.

The hours are divided in the same way for those in junior and senior grades, for those in secondary schools.

Technical and Vocational will run their regular school hours from 8 am to 2 pm according to Somorin.

He confirmed that Early Child Care Growth and Education classes for children between the ages of 3 and 5 would not resume in public schools until the next phase of schools reopening.

“Tertiary institutions are allowed to commence reopening from 21 September, 2020 as may be determined by their respective Management,” he stated.
However, GSAHULO reported that the Kogi government has ordered the reopening of all schools in the state.

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