A consortium of organisations has set out three ways to support schools by helping them enable high quality learning experiences in school grounds, local spaces and home environments,

The National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT) has launched a new resource to support the professional learning and development of teacher educators.

 The Local Government Association has said that councils should have the power to close schools or nurseries if testing indicates clusters of new COVID-19 cases.

A survey found that almost a quarter (23.8%) of teachers have either been furloughed or had their contracts cancelled as a direct consequence of the pandemic.

Osama Rahman has said he has “full confidence” in the plans to reopen schools after he made controversial comments to the science and technology committee 

Union NASUWT believes the guidance on re-opening schools is inadequate, incomplete and lacks detail on a number of critical issues relating to health and safety

The survey from the Welsh Government covers key themes and issues including about health, education, the impact on social aspects of their lives and the needs of specific groups.

Teach First has called for intensive recovery provision to be launched in late summer or to be phased into the next academic year and beyond.

Guidance from the DfE says that staff and pupils in all settings will be eligible for testing if they become ill with coronavirus symptoms, as will members of their households.

The guidance sets out a range of protective measures to ensure education settings remain safe places during the coronavirus pandemic

It is the government's "ambition" for all primary school children to return to school before the summer for a month if feasible, according to its COVID-19 recovery strategy,

300,000 people have signed a petition by parents campaigning to be given a choice on whether or not to send kids back to school if schools reopen in June.