Por cá vamos ver o que vai dar o regresso dia 4 de janeiro… pelo aumento de casos anunciado hoje em relação aos últimos 3 dias…
Secondary schools in England are set to remain closed for at least an extra week after the Christmas break, it has been reported.
Ministers have agreed to the delay after facing mounting calls to put back the reopening of schools as coronavirus cases soar, reports the Mirror.
Downing Street insisted this afternoon that the plan remains to open up schools in a staggered fashion.
Children would be back to classes from Monday, with the majority of kids returning to lessons a week later.
But according to TES, a new plan approved by ministers will see Year 11 and 13 exam students not return from January 4 as planned.
Only vulnerable students and children of key workers will return straight away.
Covid-19 testing in schools will commence the following week, starting on January 11.
And according to the report, all students would be back in school from the week of January 18.
The Department for Education did not deny the report, but said their position – that they want schools to return in January and that dates remained under review – had not changed.