[#BackToSchool] Tips for Secondary School Life Adaptation
Are you ready to get back to the classroom? As always, it is esstential for us to stay positive and connected with the community in the face of challenges ahead. Here are some back-to-school tips for you to be prepared for the new start.
Tips 1 -【Anti-epidemic Measures】
Students have to complete a Regular Rapid-Antigen Tests (RATs) and make a record on Record Sheet for Body Temperature and Rapid Antigen Test each day before returning to school. Students tested positive should not return to school, and should inform the schools of their positive results as soon as possible. You should also report to the Department of Health as soon as possible within 24 hours via the “Declaration System for individuals tested positive for COVID-19 using Rapid Antigen Test”
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Tips 2 -【Ready Get set, Go】
What can you do to overcome the new challenges of the new school environment ?
1. Be prepared – prepare for your lessons and make an effort to do your best at school
2. Find support – Talk with your teachers, parents or the school social worker. They are willing to help
3. Learn to relax – Take some deep breaths. Relax your muscles.
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Tips 3 - 【Entrance to Form One】
You may more or less feel nervous and stressed when being progressed to the secondary school which is a new environment. Don’t worry, however, there is always a first time for everything. It just take some more time for you to adapt to the new learning environment. Stay strong! Nothing can overwhelm you! Enjoy your new secondary school life.
Need help? Don’t forget them! Even though there may be difficulties at times, you can always get support! Other than teachers and parents, these organizations are pleased to listen to your thoughts!
For more tips, please visit YouthCan’s “Back to School Tips - with Love”.
Remember to stay positive and connected with the community. Have faith to yourself and enjoy a colourful life. You surely can make it!
For more details, please visit the Student Health Service website.