The planned reopening of schools in England on 1 June is not feasible, head teachers and council leaders have said.
National Association of Head Teachers head Paul Whiteman told MPs that, as his union understood official guidance, it would not be possible to reopen primaries as the government planned.
He told an MPs’ committee many schools would not be able to accommodate the advised 15 pupils in their classrooms.
Guidance on socially distancing in class was published on Monday evening.
It came after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday that he hoped primary schools would re-open to pupils from Reception, Year 1 and Year 6, on June 1 “at the earliest”, if infection rates and the government’s other tests at the time allow…
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