Teachers in England and Wales: tell us about returning to school


We’d like to hear from teachers and parents about how they felt returning to school amid the coronavirus pandemic

With new measures including hand-washing routines, ‘bubble’ student groups, and even coronavirus behavioural codes, the majority of pupils in England returned to school today for the start of the new academic year.

The reopening of schools follows months of contestation over protective measures, with some headteachers warning they felt forced to choose between pupil safety and financial stability.

We’d like to hear from teachers and parents in England about their experience of returning to schools.

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