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Bubble size over government guidelines

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897654321abcvrufhfgg Fri 19-Jun-20 22:15:33

Buttonandtiny; same here!

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Lancrelady80 Fri 19-Jun-20 00:11:23

Union. ducks in case the TBs hear

ButtonandTiny Thu 18-Jun-20 22:30:43

My personal experience is that it is entirely down to the individual school. Some schools seem extremely safe, others, my own included, seem to be just hoping for the best with little regard for the guidance.
Any staff that dare to pass comment are deemed 'negative'.

Hercwasonaroll Thu 18-Jun-20 22:30:06

They are guidelines not laws. Schools can do what they want as long as they have risk assessed.

BuggerOffAndGoodDayToYou Thu 18-Jun-20 19:28:17

I’m interested in responses to this. I know of a local school who have around 20 children (all in one classroom) each day with a different team of teachers each day. That’s not how my school is doing it, I think my friends school is breaking the rules but she’s been told that the guidelines allow SLT to do what they want.....

897654321abcvrufhfgg Thu 18-Jun-20 15:40:24

What would you do? 6 new children started my child’s class on Monday which significantly takes them over 15 threshold. They don’t realise I know. Is it just a guideline or could school really get in trouble?

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