Drowning Accident Prevention
There’s a higher probability for students to fall victims into drowning accidents during the summer vacation.
Parents are advised to pay attention to children and keep them away from dangers!
Do not go swimming without parent permission.
Do not go swimming without being accompanied by parents.
Do not go swimming without anyone supervising.
Do not go swimming at places without safety measures or lifeguards.
Do not go swimming in waters students are not familiar with.
Students who are not good at swimming shall not rescue others by themselves.
In hot summer days, students are advised to choose well-managed swimming places and be accompanied by adults.
Traffic Accident Prevention
Please strictly follow traffic rules when going out.
Follow traffic rules and pay attention to safety. Look to your left and right before crossing the road and walk on pedestrian lanes. Walk on the right side. Do not jaywalk or climb over fences. Do not race against vehicles or play around on the road.
In case of encountering traffic accidents, try to maintain the order and call the police in time. Cooperate with the police or relevant personnel in providing evidence or clues to solve the case.
When going out, students and parents are not to take overloading vehicles or illegal vehicles. Follow traffic rules and pay attention to personal as well as asset safety when on the ride and transferring to different vehicles.
A person needs to be at least 16 years old to ride an electric bike and 12 years old to ride a bicycle. Only one child under the age of 12 is allowed to be carried on a non-motorized vehicle.
Seat belts shall be fastened when parents drive private cars and traffic rules followed. Children under 12 years old are not allowed to sit in the passenger seat.
Heat Stroke Prevention
Try to avoid strenuous exercises outdoor.
Have enough hours of sleep. Noon naps can effectively make up for lack of sleep while making you avoid the hot temperature at noontime, thus reducing the chance of having a heat stroke. Taking naps is not only good for one’s health, but also guarantees a person with enough energy to be invested in studies.
Drink plenty of water and drinks such as mung bean soup and chrysanthemum tea that help with the cooling down of one’s body temperature.
Staying Safe at Home & Staying Away from Dangerous Areas
Do not touch any switches with wet hands.
Do not turn switches on and off frequently with hands, metallic materials or pencil leads. These materials cannot be inserted into the sockets either.
Students can learn to read appliance instructions and use them under parents’ guidance.
Inform parents or call the police in time if there’re electricity accidents.
Use gas appliances in the right way and ventilate the room often.
Do not go to rail areas, construction sites, waste lands, high-tension cable areas, parking lots, or warehouses storing hazardous chemicals without permission.
Parents and students can discuss and come up with the rules on how, when and where to use electronic devices. A mechanism for rewards and penalties can be set up.
Diversified and interesting vacation schedule including reading and exercise can be made, and try to reduce the time given to unnecessary online surfing.
Encourage students to actively participate in various summer vacation activities organized by the school and the community.
Parents and students can come up with a 60-day “Safeguarding Eyesight” plan to be implemented during the vacation, develop the habit of protecting eyesight and pay attention to the healthy condition of the eyes.
Pandemic Prevention during the Summer Vacation
Do not go to crowed places.
Wear masks when taking public transportation and elevators.
Wash hands after coming back home.
Open windows for ventilation often when at home.
Do not travel to areas with COVID-19 cases.
Check temperature every day. Notify relevant parties and go to the hospital if the body temperature is above 37.3℃.
Exercise often, go to bed and wake up at regular times, and keep a healthy diet.
Summer Vacation Schedule
Summer Vacation Duration: July 1st – August 31st, 2021
New Students Check-in: Monday, August 30th, 2021 for students of Grade One and Six
School Start Day: Wednesday, September 1st, 2021
Please pay attention to the school notice(s) in August for details related to back-to-school dates and time.
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