Outside learning, teaching in small groups and pupils eating at their desks are among some of the measures schools in Wales should consider when reopening, according to new guidance.
Only around a third of pupils will be allowed at any one time when Welsh schools reopen from 29 June.
The guidance also includes recommendations on social distancing and getting to and from school.
But unions have expressed concern that there is not enough time to prepare.
Education Minister Kirsty Williams said “striking a balance” between national public health and “local flexibility” had been key.
“We are working together to ensure that this opportunity is available to the vast majority of…
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