The earliest “realistic” point at which schools in England could start re-opening would be 1 June, head teachers’ leader Geoff Barton has said.
“We cannot see any realistic way that schools could be re-opened to more pupils before the second half of the summer term,” said the ASCL leader.
And “planning would need to begin very soon” in order to meet a 1 June target.
Schools closed their doors to all except vulnerable children and those of key workers over a month ago.
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