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Schools in England received money to help students left behind during the pandemic – BBC News




According to the UK government, the “full return” of students from England to English schools and institutes on 8 March is justified by the latest data and the “strong” Covid testing regime. Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has also addressed the fact that hundreds of thousands of students have missed months of classroom education. He announced an additional £ 400 million for what is billed as a catch program. Of this, £ 302 million will be spent on the most unsuitable primary and secondary schools. Huw Edwards presents a report by BBC Editor Branwen Jeffreys on BBC News at Ten. Please subscribe HERE




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