TEACHERS have been cautioned of their behaviour during the school break.
Minister for Education Filipe Bole reminded teachers of good practices they must take heed of.
"Leave behind clean and well-secured classrooms, laboratories, workshops and compound as you leave for the two weeks holidays," he said.
"Headteachers and principals must leave contact addresses with their education district offices and take time to pay visits to your respective schools during the holidays."
He reminded teachers assigned the responsibility of looking after sports teams and other extra-curricular activities to closely monitor students and ensure their safety was of priority.
"There will be sports activities beginning this weekend for secondary schools and I am reminding you teachers to make it an enjoyable experience for the students and their parents.
"Monitor your students well and have a roll call before and after engaging in organised activities. Students' safety and security must be your priority."
He said while teachers enjoyed their two-week break they should remain teachers and behave appropriately.
"Plan your movements well so you are able to report back to school on time which is the second day of September."