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Skolasajf will once again be welcoming children during the summer months of 2020. This year the theme will be ‘My Planet, My Home’, reflecting the need to be responsible citizens that take care of planet Earth. It is this very responsibility which will earn us the privilege to remain living safely; a healthy Earth determines our future as healthy citizens.

This year Skolasajf will run between 1st July 2020 and 4th September 2020. The service will run for ten weeks from Monday to Friday, from 08:30 till 12:30 hours. An extended service for working parents will also be offered in selected centres, from 07:00 till 08:30 and 12:30 till 17:30 hours. 

The work to make the Skolasajf service run smoothly started in earnest from months before. In fact, February 2020 saw the opening of the Skolasajf Job Vacancies. The calls are still open and anyone who is interested to apply for any of the various roles can do so via the link . The deadline for each call is listed accordingly.

This link takes the applicant to the FES Recruitment portal, which presents the visitor with a list of all the available roles and the corresponding job descriptions.

Skolasajf workers will be instrumental in the implementation of the Skolasajf Programme. The activities presented in this Programme Manual bring to the attention of the Skolasajf 2020 participants, a number of sub-themes that together help everyone appreciate the beauty of our planet, which is also our home. Failure to take care of it and all that makes it our home, will be the onset to tearing down the walls that protect us.

This year the programme will have a number of modifications to help mitigate the conditions brought about by the COVID-19 situation. The measures being taken are in line with the current directives as issued by the Health Authorities. Should these directives change, our service will change accordingly

The modifications to the programme include the elimination of any outings, concerts, open days, activities of mass groups, mixing between classes, and any form of games that include contact between the players. Students will do activities which are class based, taking in consideration social distancing and avoidance of possible times of cross contamination.

Other centre based activities include participation by partners, who visit the centres and organise activities according to their remit.

FES would also like to bring to the attention of its clients and service users, that all possible health and safety measures will be taken to ensure the wellbeing of children, staff, and guests alike. These include the use of PPE, compulsory temperature readings for anyone entering the centre, advocacy for frequent washing and sanitisation of hands, frequent cleaning and sanitisation of the furniture and premises, and only officially authorised persons will be allowed in the centres.