They defend themselves with traffic rules at a school in Cluj-Napoca

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It has inevitably reached the world, including Central Europe, with the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic, and while schoolchildren were taught digitally almost everywhere in the spring, the autumn wave is trying to avoid it in as many places as possible.

By adhering to distance and hygiene rules, they try to prevent further jumps in infection rates and the reintroduction of online education, for which they came up with a very creative idea in neighboring Romania at the János Csere Theoretical High School in Apáczai, Cluj-Napoca.

Road markings and traffic signs were affixed to the entire school, both the stairwell and the corridors, drawing students’ attention to the necessary and adherent protocol.

The idea exhausts the concept of ‘learning by playing’, which is particularly important given that it is increasingly being mentioned in Hungary that traffic education could be part of the curriculum as early as primary school, but at the latest in secondary school, to teach minors how to drive safely. .

In Romania, there are strict rules for attending school: students from different classes are not allowed to meet during breaks, and larger classes in metropolitan schools should be divided into two equal groups so that they attend classes as independently as possible.

Source: MTI

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