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Walsall school ensures “positive and safe environment” for returning pupils

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Walsall school ensures “positive and safe environment” for returning pupils

Walsall school ensures “positive and safe environment” for returning pupils

Schools across England have been open to small numbers of vulnerable pupils and the children of key workers since they formally closed at the end of March.

But Boris Johnson announced plans for a gradual reopening of primary schools from June, when he set out the government’s plans to move slowly out of lockdown measures.

Almost immediately, teaching unions and head teachers warned of safety concerns and practicalities in many schools which, they argued, made safety measures unfeasible.

I spoke to Nin Matharu (head teacher at Kings Hill Primary School in Walsall, who also happens to be my mum) and Nisha Patel (deputy head at Kings Hill Primary) to see how Coronavirus has affected their school.

For more information on Government responses to Covid-19 in education, click here.

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