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Canberra’s public schools get improved ventilation through construction work, installation of carbon monitors, increased maintenance of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Funding for public school teachers will be boosted to help cover staff absenteeism and allow for staggered breaks. Public schools, preschool education and nursing services and low-paying non-governmental schools will also get more masks and hand sanitizer. The government will spend $ 500,000 on additional shadow structures in public schools so they can use outdoor learning spaces. Two more senior psychologists will be brought forward to provide online counseling and support to elementary school students. The ACT government says it is working with Catholic and independent school sectors on how it can support their infrastructure needs for a COVID-safe return to campus learning. “The ACT government will continue to follow the advice of health experts to ensure the safety of all schools and pre-school education and care services and will consider any future costs as they arise,” said a spokesman for the ACT government. Year 12 students have started going to colleges and schools from this week in preparation for AST and for academic and practical classes and assessments. READ MORE: Year 11 can return to learning on campus from October 18. From Monday, October 25, preschool, kindergarten and grades 1, 2, 6, 9 and 10 can return to school. Early childhood services also open to all children from October 25th. By November 1, the remaining students will be allowed to return for face-to-face learning. Students in years 7 to 12 and all school staff must wear masks at the school in accordance with the health direction. Students in years 3 to 6 will be able to wear masks at the discretion of their caregivers, while masks are not recommended for children in years 2 and under. The Chief Health Officer’s Guidelines for Schools aim to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission and prevent entire schools from being shut down for extended periods of time. Our coverage of the health and safety aspects of this outbreak of COVID-19 in ACT and lockdown is free for all to access. However, we rely on subscription revenue to support our journalism. If you can, you can subscribe here. If you are already a subscriber, thank you for your support. You can also sign up for our regular newsletter. Our journalists work hard to deliver local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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