“The plan for all primary school years in England to go back to school before the end of term is to be dropped by the government.
There had been an aim for all primary pupils to spend four weeks in school before the summer break.
But it is no longer thought to be feasible and instead schools will be given “flexibility” over whether or not to admit more pupils.
Head teachers’ leaders said it had never been a practical possibility.
It comes after Health Secretary Matt Hancock conceded at Monday’s Downing Street briefing that secondary schools in England may not fully reopen until September “at the earliest”.”
See the full BBC article here
“On Monday 8 June, a week after schools were reopened for more pupils in England, health secretary Matt Hancock hinted that schools may not be fully reopened in September, despite current plans.
Furthermore, it was reported that plans for all primary school children to return to school England before the summer holidays are set to be abandoned by the government due to concerns over social distancing.
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See the full article on The Independent here.
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