The UK government is under intense pressure to reject plans to reopen primary schools in England due to fears about the spread of the new variant of coronavirus. The largest education union in the UK says its members should not return to work. Meanwhile, the directors are taking legal action to force the government to explain why it believes it is safe to reopen the primaries in London and some parts of the south-east of England. The Department of Education is stressing that the primaries will be reopened as planned and that “schools will put in place appropriate security measures to help mitigate the risk of transmission.” Clive Myrie has presented BBC News news from education reporter Dan News and reporter Chris Mason. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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