Hertfordshire schools are seeing a “great deal of variability” in the number of children who have returned to the classroom this week, it has been revealed.
Hertfordshire primary schools are busy welcoming back their nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 pupils after months of isolation due to COVID-19.
“Parents should be aware that preparations are not sufficient to guarantee a safe expansion of school opening on Monday in Hertfordshire,” the National Education Union has warned.
A Hertfordshire–based trade union has denounced the government’s plan to reopen some schools from June 1, saying it is both “too soon” and “not safe” for teachers, support staff and pupils.
A petition launched by a concerned father of three to prevent schools from reopening has received more than 2,000 responses.
Rotary Stevenage Grange has created an online chess challenge to help keep Stevenage residents socially active during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Teachers’ unions and the Government’s scientific advisers are still at loggerheads as to whether it is safe to reopen schools in England, but we want to know what you think.
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