Imagine being in your classroom, aged seven, with your teacher being beamed in from her home by video-link.
At Heathfield Primary in Darlington that’s exactly what’s happening.
Mrs Craghill is teaching her class of seven- and eight-year-olds by video-link. Someone in her household tested positive for the virus, so she is having to self-isolate – but her lessons continue.
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Darlington, unlike some other towns in north-east England, has a relatively low transmission rate of coronavirus – but even here, schools are having to be resourceful and vigilant to ensure children can at last pick up their education after months of disruption.
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