Half of parents do not send children back to school in England | Instant News


It feels like summer and the kids don’t go to school, but Class 1 and 6 students return to classrooms in England on Monday.

It seems that not many people wear masks or hand sanitizers to children in London when children arrive.

That’s a lot different from the scene when the kids returned to South Korea two weeks ago.

And when British children returned, a survey from the National Foundation for Educational Research released the day before said primary school leaders in the UK hoped that 47 percent of families would look after their children’s homes.

“I can understand the government’s desire to start something as soon as possible because the state cannot be locked up forever. But I also need to pay attention from a health perspective, whether it is practical for our family to do,” said Katherine, mother of 6th grade students.

Many British parents doubt that schools can provide health and safety measures and that students will be able to strictly follow the rules of social distance.

The government has issued guidelines for schools to be reopened, including a maximum class size of 15 and six and a half feet separate sitting position.

An elementary school teacher, Laura, in central England, supports the government’s decision to continue classes.

He did not give his last name.

“I think especially for Class Six, because if we don’t return now, those kids will go to middle school and they won’t finish elementary school properly,” Laura said.

Local school leaders are already working on plans for the fall and hope of returning to the building.

The Perrysburg School just sent out a survey for parents to fill out.

Children returning to school in England

A new survey asks Perrysburg’s parents about returning to school in the fall

Tim Miller

Questions include, “how comfortable do you feel about sending your children back to school if safety practices are accepted by the health department?” and “do you have a mask for your children to wear or a thermometer at home to measure their temperature?”

School leaders want Perrysburg’s parents to fill out a survey before June 7.



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