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Update on wider opening of schools tomorrow

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oxydrive73 Mon 08-Jun-20 22:15:10

11:30 in Parliament. Be interesting (maybe)

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PineappleUpsideDownCake Mon 08-Jun-20 22:16:46

Wow really. I had assumed no more at our primary as it sounds like most primaries struggling to take the years mentioned...

And had also assume pt kn sept like scotland!

BernardsarenotalwaysSaints Mon 08-Jun-20 22:20:23

Could be interesting or just more waffle

Weepinggreenwillow Tue 09-Jun-20 06:45:20

ooooh will be watching with much interest and great hope. Sadly I imagine I will be dissappointed but we shall see!

fannyanney Tue 09-Jun-20 06:48:09

Do you know where it'll be possible to watch this? I have children going back in younger years, but one older one who won't be able to under the current guidelines, so interested to keep an eye on his!

Weepinggreenwillow Tue 09-Jun-20 07:01:41

looks like more bad news to come/ sad angry
www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-52969679

ineedaholidaynow Tue 09-Jun-20 08:10:00

Think you can watch it on BBC Parliament.

nobodysdaughter Tue 09-Jun-20 08:14:28

I'm not holding my breath that dd8 will be going back before sept sad

BlessedBeTheFruitCake Tue 09-Jun-20 09:10:18

It's not looking good is it?

greenstream Tue 09-Jun-20 09:13:26

@fan normally you can watch the business in the commons on parliamentlive.tv/Commons

Hoppinggreen Tue 09-Jun-20 09:13:56

DS is going back into Y6 4 days a week from next Monday but DDs (Private) Secondary has told us that she will not be going back (Y10).
However, as the guidelines are for them to have some face to face time apparently they are arranging for small groups to go in one afternoon a week for “social activities”. No idea what that will involve
To be fair she is getting a full interactive timetable and we have had a fee reduction but I would prefer her to be going back for more time than that.

YouSetTheTone Tue 09-Jun-20 10:52:21

It looks like at least December for all school years to go back ‘normally’ if you read the other threads and what head teachers are apparently telling parents. If true I’m so upset for my year 3 son and ‘due to start reception in Sept’ child.

ineedaholidaynow Tue 09-Jun-20 13:55:35

Currently on BBC Parliament

PicsInRed Tue 09-Jun-20 16:02:11

The is a graveyard for women's financial independence and aims for equality.

Yes, yes, yes, men should step up. They won't, en large, they simply won't. This is a tragedy for women and, indirectly, for their children.

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