#Covid-19: GDE implements measures to keep pupils up-to-date with schoolwork

The Gauteng Education Department says it has come up with a recovery plan for the 10 days of schooling that will be missed before the Easter holidays.

The department says each school will have a practical and comprehensive catch-up plan to be implemented.

In the meantime, pupils have been urged to work independently at home under the supervision of parents/caregivers using resources provided by their schools and the department.

They need to be supervised and there is a exercise that they need to go through.

Steve Mabona, Spokesperson - Gauteng Education Department

There is a workbook that will also guide them on what it is that they need to do.

Steve Mabona, Spokesperson - Gauteng Education Department

In addition, an online portal has been launched with the necessary work material.

It is already working, the information is loaded.

Steve Mabona, Spokesperson - Gauteng Education Department

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