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Would you send your dc back to school in September if there was no social distancing?

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wakeupitsabeautifulmorning Thu 04-Jun-20 20:28:10

I worry about how much longer dc are going to be expected to learn at home considering a lot of them aren't. However, if they're going to have to socially distance I can't really see a way forward.
YABU = No I wouldn't send them without social distancing
YANBU = Yes I would

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SauvignonGrower Thu 04-Jun-20 20:28:40

Yes, I would

Juststopswimming Thu 04-Jun-20 20:28:45

Yes

MarcelineMissouri Thu 04-Jun-20 20:29:25

Yes I would be happy to send them.

Chillipeanuts Thu 04-Jun-20 20:29:45

Entirely depends on the infection rate in September.

ifeellikeanidiot Thu 04-Jun-20 20:29:56

120% saying yes they would grin

Waxonwaxoff0 Thu 04-Jun-20 20:30:06

Yes, I would actually prefer no social distancing than the current set up.

LettyBriggs Thu 04-Jun-20 20:30:32

I’m sending mine back this week and don’t care whether they social distance or not.

TimeForLunch Thu 04-Jun-20 20:31:09

Absolutely. I would prefer there to be no social distancing between the children.

loulouljh Thu 04-Jun-20 20:31:26

yes like a shot

RedAndGreenPlaid Thu 04-Jun-20 20:31:39

No. It's highly unlikely there wi be no transmission in communities by September.

MaHeidsGouping Thu 04-Jun-20 20:32:39

The thought of my young DC's being made to social distance from their friends worries me far more.

LaurieMarlow Thu 04-Jun-20 20:33:01

Yup. No question.

fannyanney Thu 04-Jun-20 20:33:04

Yes

Oblomov20 Thu 04-Jun-20 20:33:51

Yes I'll think it'll be fine by then.

timeforawine Thu 04-Jun-20 20:34:52

Mines already gone back to nursery and will be starting school whenever they allow in September

satsumasane Thu 04-Jun-20 20:36:00

My son has attended throughout. His needs mean social distancing is impossible. He literally licks others etc. I have had zero worries about him attending. It's incredibly
rare for children to have serious complications from it as we know from ONS etc

Toddlerteaplease Thu 04-Jun-20 20:36:35

Yes and they should all just go back now!

Toddlerteaplease Thu 04-Jun-20 20:37:08

With no social distancing.

bengalcat Thu 04-Jun-20 20:37:47

I would yes .

MinesAPintOfTea Thu 04-Jun-20 20:37:58

The social distancing is the keeping groups from mixing etc. So the bubbles. I thought that was going to be maintained, albeit with larger bubbles.

I hope they will not be required to adhere to physical distancing of 2m, and in fact doubt it's effectiveness in a bubble who are in the same room all day every day.

farfar Thu 04-Jun-20 20:38:21

Yes, 100%.

TBH I wish they weren't attempting to get reception and Y1 children to socially distance now, I think it's neither desirable nor achievable.

BeNiceToYourSister Thu 04-Jun-20 20:38:40

DS is high risk so no, not unless infection rates are drastically lower than they are now. We are lucky though as we’re in a position to continue homeschooling for a bit longer if necessary (not ideal but possible!)

absolutelyknackeredcow Thu 04-Jun-20 20:38:59

Yes

pink1173 Thu 04-Jun-20 20:39:43

Yes! The amount of teenagers out today in groups with zero social distancing. At least if they were all in school it would be far more controlled. Am a teacher and have no issue going back with no social distancing.

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