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Schools have been mandated to put in place health and safety measures for learners’ protection and monitoring of compliance to safety protocols is ongoing. Call this toll free line for complaints and whistle blowing on safety issues: 07058890444.
OEQA has supported schools to put in place necessary preventive measures against the spread of COVID-19 as contained in the released School Reopening Guidelines by the Federal and Lagos State Government.
Parents and Teachers are advised to orientate their children continuously on the importance of adhering to the recommended safety measures.
Parents are advised to inform the school, seek medical advice, and adopt alternative learning facilities.
No, since there is no 3rd Term. However fees can be charged based on services rendered by the school at this time
Schools must use the cumulative Continuous Assessment scores of learners from 1st term till 5th April 2020 to decide promotion of learners to the next class.
Online learning is not compulsory to any child in the school.
Please send your complaint to the Director General, Office of Education Quality Assurance on email@example.com.
No. Revision school is optional.
The Government will announce the date for reopening of other classes depending on the report of COVID-19 infection in the State.
Schools have reopened for WAEC and NECO organised BECE only. However, the date for BECE organised by the Lagos State Examinations Board (LSEB) will be announced in due course.
As soon as the school completes the reopening process and communicates her report online to OEQA.
Yes. Schools can reopen but must register to obtain clearance.
Public Schools, Approved and Unapproved Private schools and Vocational Centres below tertiary level.
No 3rd term again. 1st and 2nd Term Reports will be used for promotion of Pupils/Students to the next class.
No. The registration process is quite simple to handle by any school.However, OEQA EMIS officers can guide schools through the registration process.
Please call 08081221848 OR send WhatsApp message to: 08027573950
No. Each school should make an arrangement for the fumigation of her facilities.
Any brand of sanitiser with 70-90% alcohol-base
It is advised that visitors should not be allowed into the school premises at this time.
The OEQA Officers will be identified by ID card and customised personal protective equipment like face mask/shield.
See publications on symptoms of coronavirus published on the OEQA website and circulated among all schools in Lagos State.
No. Other government agencies like Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, Safety Commission and Local Government can visit schools at this time.
OEQA will communicate through www.oeqalagos.com and other available media to all stakeholders.
The learner should be evacuated to the isolation room, the parents should be informed and any of the following emergency numbers as indicated on the NCDC website can be called: 08023169485; 08033565529; 08052817243; 08028971864; 08059758886; 08035387653; 08000CORONA
Boarding is NOT compulsory for any student on school reopening. Parents have the right to choose whichever arrangement for learning suits their pockets at this time.
No, it is not allowed. The school’s email is preferable but should be active with known password for regular accessibility.
As regularly as OEQA is in partnership with the school
Every school is advised to involve all their teachers in the one-hour training to add value to their services in the school.
No. The online registration is informed by school reopening because of COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.
No. the sick bay should stand alone to take care of other cases different from suspected COVID-19 related issues.