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On 8 In March, children will return to the classroom for the first time since January The government, which yesterday announced its proposed roadmap for the lockdown, reaffirmed its educational commitments and promised an additional focus on re-establishing social contact, but the changes are not affecting all students out as ministers opted for a gradual approach to reopening

Children, apart from those of the key workers, are now six weeks in the spring semester without having to enter the classroom

Experts at the time had identified schools as carriers for the transmission of COVID-19, and the government withdrew children from education just one day after the Christmas vacation ended

The Prime Minister’s roadmap stipulates that they will be released by Aug. March back to school, he will announce today

Although it is the first leg of a four-part roadmap, every school kid will return to what people have described as the “Big Bang”

Dr Mary Bousted, a joint general secretary for the National Education Union, said the current plan carries “a number of unnecessary risks”

Dr Bousted added that in the end, the government could push the R-rate, one of its key tests of lockout rules, past one to allow viruses to spread “exponentially”

She said, “This, in turn, could jeopardize Government Covid’s only success story – the introduction of vaccines – as new variants against which vaccines appear to be less effective may spread quickly into schools and the community.” / p>

“What is so different about Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, who are taking a cautious, step-by-step approach to school opening that allows their governments to assess the impact on the R-rate and make necessary adjustments to their plans?” / p>

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In a statement prior to today’s address, Mr Johnson said his cabinet based the decision on “the most recent data”

He said, “Our priority has always been to get children back to school who we know are vital to their education as well as their mental and physical well-being, and we are going to provide opportunities for safe ones too Prioritize reuniting people with loved ones

“Our decisions are made based on the latest data at every step, and we will be careful with this approach so that we don’t undo the progress made so far and the sacrifices each and every one of you has made to protect yourself and others “

The change could allow people to sit down in a park together to have a picnic or have a drink

Groups of up to six people from two households can join forces from the 29th Meet March, when children leave for the Easter holidays

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Source: https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1400936/Schools-reopening-who-can-go-back-march-8-evg