As Covid-19 situation intensifies in the Guangdong province, staff and students are advised to stay in Macao until the end of the academic year.
DSEJ announces that Primary 4 to Primary 6 classes in local schools will resume on May 25, while Primary 1 to Primary 3 pupils will return to school on June 1.
20,000 non-resident workers are covered by the newly-announced exemption from the current 14-day quarantine imposed on non-resident workers from the mainland.
Form 4 to Form 6 classes in local schools will resume on May 4 and Form 1 to Form 3 pupils will return to school on May 11.
There is still no deadline for class resumption, but if school cannot resume during the current school year, the DSEJ would allow all pupils to move up one grade.
Postponed resumption of classes in Macau due to the latest COVID-19 developments in Macau. Meanwhile, six of the city’s 10 tertiary education institutions will gradually resume on-campus classes on April 1.
Class resumption for non-tertiary education schools postponed by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ).
Macau’s schools will gradually reopen from April 13. 6th round of facemask sales began on Friday.
The Macau government said on Tuesday it was planning for the city’s schools to reopen “no later than April 20.”
The Macau government announced Thursday that it has decided to extend the current Chinese New Year (CNY) holidays for the city’s school pupils and university students until further notice.
The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau’s (DSEJ) Youth Education Department head Leong Vai Kei said that to ensure schoolchildren’s safety
The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) will step up its efforts to promote the central government’s “One Belt and
Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam Chon Weng said that the government will launch a so-called “Blue Sky