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For most people including ourselves, the current situation under Covid-19 is not only unsettling but also extremely stressful.

Although some places are slowly opening up, the situation is still far away from being normal: So, to keep eveyone safe and help you stay away from public transport and exposing yourself to unnecessary personal contact, we will continue with our online courses until June 21st. 

Some people heard about schools opening up again, which is partly true. In most cases, public schools such as children’s schools are offering their lessons in shifts, reducing class sizes and working according to specific hygiene concepts. 

Also language schools are allowed to open up again - in theory. Why in theory? 

If a schools want to offer their classes on site again, they will have to realize certain safety concepts which include: 

- 1,5 m distance between students 

- wearing face masks in class and in shared spaces

- washing hands on a  regular basis for at least 20 seconds

- desinfect the place before and after classes take place. 

A lot of the things we do in class such as working in pairs, working with cards and games, role plays and interaction activities are based on contact with people. We wouldn’t be able to do any of these things to respect the hygience precautions prescribed by the senate. 

To keep everyone safe and guarantee the quality standards you all appreciate us for, we will be offering our classes online until June 21st. 

We will keep you informed when regular classes can be offered at our school again. We hope to see you in person in July - but only time will tell. 

You can read more about the safety standards on the official website of the Berlin Senate:

Stay safe, 

Your Transmitter Team