Posted on Monday 15th Jun 2020
Some secondary pupils in England facing exams next year are heading into school from Monday for face-to-face time with their teachers.
Government guidelines only permit a quarter of the chosen year groups, 10 and 12, to be on site at a time.
Plans for how much contact time the returning pupils will actually get vary widely.
The move comes as ministers are urged to work with teachers and councils on a national school recovery plan.
There are also cross-party demands for the poorest children to get internet access and devices at home.
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