As we continue to experience a COVID-19 free campus, we are very aware about the recent downturn in overall pandemic recovery in many countries around the world. Therefore I would like to reiterate the School policy on re-integrating travellers into our Campus life.
All students, staff and parents that leave Tanzania via long distance airtravel will be asked to isolate for a minimum of 4 days upon their return to campus. This may affect people’s travel plans during the upcomng mid-term break.
If you are travelling on a private road trip outside the country, for example to Kenya, then, whilst we ask that you monitor symptoms very closely, there will be no need to isolate upon return to Tanzania. Similarly, travel within Tanzania (including Zanzibar) will not require subsequent isolation.
We continue to ask that parents do not send chuldren to school if they have a runny nose, cough, cold or fever.
Finally, on the subject of the pandemic. The School has decided to make two small changes to the school calendar to compensate in part for the loss of 5 days tuition in August. Monday 11th January will now be a school teaching day. Friday 17th June will also be a school teaching day.