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An information meeting for the parents of students ages 6 to 8 of classes CP, CE1 and CE2 in September has just been held at the École de la Condamine.
The purpose of the assembly was to inform parents about the new test dress code for the next school year, as the government is introducing school uniforms progressively. By wearing uniforms, students in the Principality will benefit from the feeling of belonging to a group and a particular school in Monaco.
The Prince’s government launched a tender for 12 companies based in the Principality, and three responded to provide white short-sleeved and long-sleeved polo shirts, as well as a hooded navy blue zip jackets. Among the conditions imposed in the tender was the need to have a point of sale in Monaco for the convenience of customers.
Tuesday marks the next phase in the easing of restrictions in France, offering people a glimmer of hope for summer.
The oral exam for the baccalaureate in Monaco is cancelled this academic year and third trimester will not count towards final results, in line with a decision by France’s education department.
Since the strictest of the lockdown rules were lifted in early May, the Grimaldi Forum team has been hard at work to make the venue a safe and welcoming place for the public when events start back in autumn.
National Council President Stéphane Valeri has visited the Grimaldi Forum to thank the team behind the screening campaign, while also encouraging more people to take the Covid-19 antibody test.