Schools should not reopen unless key measures are in place to stop the spread of coronavirus, unions have warned.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) is urging ministers to work closely with unions to agree a way forward.
There was speculation schools may return in England from 1 June, but it was ruled out in Scotland and Wales.
England’s Department for Education said it would follow scientific advice about the “right time” to reopen schools.
Schools across the UK closed in the last week of March as part of the lockdown measures to prevent the virus spreading.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will give details on Sunday of his “roadmap” to get the UK out of lockdown.
Wales’ First Minister Mark Drakeford said Mr Johnson’s plans for easing the measures in England would be “very much in line” with “modest” changes already outlined in Wales, Scotland and Northern…
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