Ahead of primary schools partially reopening across England on Monday 1 June 2020, Dr Anastasia Giannakopoulou from the University of Bedfordshire has shared her thoughts and advice on how she believes schoolchildren will react and can adapt to the changes and restrictions put in place.
Schools have been closed to pupils (except those of key workers) since mid-March. But from next week communities will see children from three academic year groups return to the classroom – reception, year one and year six.
Whilst many parents have welcomed the re-opening of classrooms, concerns have been raised around child wellbeing and mental health. Which some fear could be affected when returning to a very different learning environment.Read More
Two percent increase on last yearNational Secondary Offer Day (1 March) is when parents and pupils...Read More
Parents say teaching, medicine and engineering are careers where their children could make a difference to the world
Six in ten have had a conversation with their child about how their career can make a positive difference to society
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week starts today to celebrate engineers on a mission to make a positive impact on the worldRead More
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