Posted on Monday 29th Jun 2020
Plans to get all children back to school in September could see class numbers doubled to 30 and social distancing scrapped.
Under the current rules, every class can have a maximum of 15 pupils and all children must adhere to social distancing measures.
But from September, primary school pupils will not be required to keep apart from others, but just to stay away from different groups, so-called "bubbles", The Sun reports.
25/11/22Oxford University's Ukrainian scholarships to continue
Ukrainian students displaced by the Russian invasion could study at Oxford University as part of a new scheme.
15/11/22New special needs teaching block could be built at Strood high school
Strood Academy wants to open the new site, which would support 25 children on the autism spectrum
24/08/22BTEC and Cambridge Technicals results delay - government releases new statement
Government orders exam boards Pearson and OCR to give regular updates
02/08/22Vocational and training qualifications decline during pandemic By Robbie Meredith
The number of vocational and technical qualifications (VTQs) awarded in Northern Ireland fell by about 20% during the Covid pandemic.
19/01/22What are the Covid rules in schools and will they stay open this term?
Face coverings will no longer be compulsory in England's secondary school classrooms from 20 January.