Recently, many local education departments have launched “official” summer hosting classes, which has aroused concern. How to “support” summer classes? What about courses, venues and teachers? Xinhua reporters visited Beijing, Shanghai, Jiangsu and Hubei.
It’s hard to take children, starting primary school summer classes in many places
“Parents have a headache when their children stay at home in summer vacation.” Sun Yuanyuan, a parent volunteer at Dongqiao primary school in Jiangyan District, Taizhou City, Jiangsu Province, said, “usually after-school service starts from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and children stay in school to do homework and play games, which helps many parents solve their worries. I hope the public welfare trusteeship class will be organized during the holidays! ”
Recently, summer care classes have been launched in many places. Parents worried about “difficult care” in summer have said that safe, reliable and affordable “official” care services are in great need, “too warm.”.
According to the notice issued by the Beijing Municipal Education Commission, the Beijing municipal basic education system will provide hosting services for primary schools from grade one to grade five. The trusteeship service will be organized by the district education committees, and the fees will be charged appropriately. There will be no charge for students from poor families.
Primary and secondary schools in Beijing will officially have the summer vacation on July 15. A Beijing headmaster said that at present, he is collecting the needs of student custody and stepping up the formulation of specific plans. The reporter learned from the Education Committee of Xicheng District that the Education Committee of Xicheng District will arrange one or two primary schools in each street as summer hosting schools to provide summer hosting services for students from grade one to grade five families who really need them.
Tens of thousands of primary school students will experience “happiness is not simple” in 543 classes in Shanghai, where the summer care class for primary school students will officially open in 2021 on May 5.
According to the Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, the summer nursery class is divided into two phases, starting from July 5 and ending on August 13. All students with Shanghai primary school status can sign up for the class, and the enrollment of each class is generally no more than 50. In Shanghai, the caring summer care class for primary school students has become a practical project for private students in Shanghai for eight consecutive years. In addition to the suspension due to the epidemic in 2020, a total of 2382 summer nurseries have been set up, serving more than 180000 primary school students and more than 60000 college and middle school volunteers.
How to “entrust”, how about courses, venues and teachers
“Hand copied newspaper can write or draw. The key is to express a certain theme through words and pictures.” In the youth summer vacation community trusteeship room of Qinyuan Road community, Wuchang District, Wuhan City, 50 children are learning how to make manuscripts.
On the 5th, the first batch of 114 municipal trusteeship rooms in Wuhan were officially opened to the public. In Qinyuan Road community, the reporter saw that the trusteeship room was built relying on the youth space in the community. The trusteeship room of more than 200 square meters is equipped with desks and chairs, electronic piano, projector and other teaching equipment. One teacher and four staff are responsible for the on-site management.
It is understood that at the end of June, the Wuhan Municipal Committee of the Communist Youth League launched the 2021 Youth Summer community trusteeship project, which opened more than 200 trusteeship rooms for primary school students in Wuhan to provide free public welfare community trusteeship services. Trusteeship courses include traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy, physical intelligence, broadcasting and hosting, etc. Priority should be given to the children of migrant workers and the children of low – and middle-income workers.