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The Emirates Foundation for School Education has approved working hours in public and private schools that apply the ministerial curriculum, in accordance with the new working hours adopted by the government of the state.

And she stressed that the number of weekly hours should be kept the same because it is linked to the curricula and student learning outcomes, so that it is 26 hours for kindergarten, 35 hours for students of the first cycle and 40 hours for the second and third cycles, calling on administrative and teaching cadres to abide by working hours.

It directed to amend the timing of the daily teacher’s schedule and to introduce Friday an official working day, with work ending at 12 noon, with the option of the regular quota system 45 minutes or the 60-minute hour system according to specific considerations commensurate with schools, giving schools the opportunity to cancel the breaks between classes and the time of day. The morning queue is from the schedule, provided that the time is used for the academic support period or the completion of school assignments, with the option of the regular 45-minute class system or the 60-minute hours system according to specific considerations that are appropriate for schools.

The Foundation stressed following the procedures through three guides allocated to the kindergarten stage and the first, second and third cycles, explaining the procedures for these considerations directed to the need to communicate with transportation stations after determining the start and end times of the school day so that bus plans are developed and buses are invested in more than one route, while keeping 45 At least one minute between the shared schools during the beginning and end of school hours so that buses can travel between the shared schools.

The Foundation stated that the guidelines were designed to assist school administrations in designing effective study schedules according to the seminar in harmony with the approved school plan and in line with the government's decision to change the days of the weekly leave and working hours, taking into account the important guidelines in preparation so that the school principal can choose The ideal model for his school after communicating with partners, such as transportation to organize the common lines between schools.

In its guiding guide, the Foundation singled out the steps for designing the school schedule, including five steps: adherence to the academic plan and the weekly hours for each stage, and working to determine the optimal model for implementing the plan, either through classes or hours, and taking into account all the considerations required for each model. The shares of the subjects on the new schedule so that it corresponds to the model specified for the school, taking into account the important considerations according to the chosen model, and the sharing of transportation to organize the start and end hours, and work on holding introductory meetings with parents about the new academic schedule, while preparing the schedule, distributing it and publishing it to the students of the same school.

According to the guide, students’ work hours from the first to fourth grades, according to two models, the first “Mondays to Thursdays” starts at seven and a quarter and ends at one thirty-five minutes, and on Friday it starts at seven and ends at 11 in the morning, and in the second option it starts at eight and ends at 2.20 minutes and Friday from 8 to 11.45 minutes, with a total of 35 lessons during the week, including three self-learning lessons.

The Foundation has set general determinants for the first episode, the most important of which is a 45-minute session, with a total of 35 sessions, 32 realistic and three subjective sessions, including “audio-visual arts, theater, physical education, design and technology, and a reading share for fun, provided that it is periodically.

The Foundation also set the duration of breaks in the school day at 35 minutes, leaving the school to choose to distribute them in accordance with its rules of procedure, provided that the duration of one break does not exceed 20 minutes, giving schools the opportunity to cancel the breaks between classes and the time of the morning queue, provided that the time is used for the academic support period or the completion of School homework, provided that the working and teaching staff abide by the approved working hours of 36 hours and 30 minutes and invest time in planning and training workshops and following up on students’ work.

The directives of the first episode, the second model, include working hours from 7:15 to 2:30, and Fridays start at 7:15 and end at 11, in the second time, students start their day at 8 in the morning and end at 2.50 minutes, and on Friday it starts at 8 and ends at 11. 20 for a total of 27 teaching hours.

On the determinants of work in the first cycle, the Foundation focused on adhering to the academic plan at a rate of 6 hours and 50 minutes per day with breaks and queuing from Monday to Thursday, and on Friday at 3 hours and 45 minutes with queuing and rest, and according to the guide was granted 40 minutes for a break, and left the option of distribution to schools provided that The duration of one break exceeds 20 minutes.

The Foundation also granted schools the possibility of canceling the breaks in classes and queuing for the purposes of taking advantage of time and the commitment of cadres to the working hours that end for teachers and administrators in the first and second models at three o’clock for official working days, and Friday for 11 and a half and administrative staff, while the second option corresponds to the working and departure times except for the administrative cadre, which ends Its working hours are on regular days at 3:30 and on Fridays at 12:00.

The manual was set aside for asynchronous self-education, according to scheduled classes within the academic schedule or outside the school according to directed tasks.

The guide included working hours for the second and third cycles in the quota system model, for students from the fifth to the 12th grade, where the boys (students) start according to the first model from 7:15 to 2.30 from Monday to Thursday and Friday from 7.15 to 10. 45 minutes in the morning, for female students from 8 to 3.15 from Monday to Thursday, and Friday from 8 in the morning until 11.30, with a total of 40 lessons, including four hours