High school is going to fail at keeping pupils apart small grounds for breaks big numbers of kids changing class rooms. The high whereby son goes are allowing year 10 back 1 day a week if they want too remember the Either you gone marry me or let me do bald head ed hoe shit shirt Furthermore, I will do this school will not be teaching then anything new all exam ect has bin stopped nothing to re start till SeptemberHave you seen the parks this last week, secondary school kids everywhere and hardly any social distancing. Get real!!Glenys Taylor There is proof primary age are at far less risk of adverse symptoms than secondary age. Plus quite alot of secondary children will not comply with social distancing when heading to school on public transport. Secondary schools are much bigger also class sizes are much larger. the problem with secondary schools is often the sheer size and face many of our pupils arrive daily via numerous school buses. The size of one year group at my secondary is the same as my primary children’s whole school. Also secondary move around every lesson.
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