As the situation around COVID-19 evolves quickly, we want to update you concerning the precautions MathVision is taking.
- We have reduced the number of tables in each department and increased the distance between tables so that students are more spread out.
- We have removed a substantial number of chairs to reduce contact surface area.
- We continue to have regular cleaning of common spaces and carpets every day.
- We are screening all students and Teachers ( Twice ) for their temperature.
- We request students to use the stairs if possible to reduce crowding in elevators.
- We request students to avoid crowding the hallways after their session (for example, by waiting for their friends).
- We have a hand sanitizer at all entrances and at certain places along the hallway, but we request students to carry their own and sanitize their hands frequently.
- We are trying to spread out students across all slots so that any particular slot is not crowded. Therefore, you might not always get your preferred slot.
- Students are advised to bring their own stationery (including calculators) when coming to class to reduce the contact
- To reduce the risk of exposure, we request students to choose Skype sessions over face-to-face sessions in case:
- You have been requested by any authority to observe self-quarantine.
- You exhibit any symptoms
- A family member exhibits any symptoms
- You have a family member who has travelled to Singapore from overseas. (Please refer to the latest travel advisory on the Singapore MOH website).
A quick note on Skype sessions – kindly note that it might take the student one or two sessions to adjust to Skype. We have been slowly rolling out Skype as an option to students and have received very promising feedback. We are therefore now comfortable to start providing Skype as an option to all students if you wish to use it.
It is our collective social responsibility to mitigate risk of exposure, and we are taking the above measures in view of this. Please let me know if you have any further concerns.
Stay safe and healthy.