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Queen Maxima in Red for a School visit

Queen Maxima in Red for a School visit
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Queen Maxima of Netherlands made a visit to Christian Primary School Sabina van Egmond in Oud-Beijerland to mark the re-opening of Primary Schools after lockdown. During the visit, Queen met with the school teachers and students and learnt about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown on primary education.
Queen Maxima of Netherlands made a visit to Christian Primary School Sabina van Egmond in Oud-Beijerland to mark the re-opening of Primary Schools after lockdown
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The second lockdown for primary schools took effect on December 16, 2020. The impact of the physical closure was major. The schools had to switch back to distance education in a short time. In addition, there are concerns about educational disadvantages and about the well-being of students, teachers and staff. 
Queen Maxima with school children during  Christian Primary school
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CBS Sabina van Egmond has 350 students, 46 employees and 15 groups, spread over two locations. The school works with unit education: not in year groups, but in four units, teachers and teaching assistants provide the education for the students. During the lockdown, the school remained open for emergency shelter (children of parents with crucial professions) and for vulnerable children, for whom the teacher knew that homeschooling was not a good solution for these children. 


During her visit, Queen Máxima spoke to teachers about the organization of distance learning, the reopening of the school and the new starting situation of the students. In addition, Queen Máxima visited group 3 and online groups 5 and 6, where she spoke with the teachers and students about the digital class period during the second lockdown and about being allowed to go back to school. 

Queen Maxima participated in round table discussion during school visit
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Maxima took part in a round table discussion with the parents of children from different groups who told her about combining work and supporting their children during the online learning. 

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Queen Maxima was wearing her red Natan Davia Long Coat that she first wore in 2019.

Queen Maxima of Netherlands in red Natan Coat for a school visit
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Underneath the coat she was wearing a matching mid-length dress topped with a matching belt.

Queen Maxima of Netherlands in Burgundy Gianvito Rossi Pumps
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Maxima was wearing her burgundy Gianvito Rossi pumps and carried a burgundy Natan clutch and wore matching gloves. 

Queen Maxima of Netherlands was carrying Natan Suede Burgundy Clutch
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 Highlight of the look was her unidentified Statement earrings. 

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