Heads say they are mounting military-style operations to bring teenagers back to school in England in smaller groups from Monday next week.
The ASCL heads union estimates 90% of secondaries will be welcoming some pupils with exams next year into class.
The government wants schools to give Year 10 and 12 pupils some face-to-face time with teachers before term ends.
But safety guidelines to minimise virus spread mean only a quarter of these year groups can be on site at a time.
This is will not be a return to full-time schooling, more a range of review sessions and extra support, with priorities given to pupils who have struggled with remote learning.
The union’s estimate is based on a responses to a survey by ASCL from around a quarter of the 3,229 secondary heads, college principals academy chief executives in England.
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