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Patrick Roach, general secretary of the NASUWT teachers' union Teaching bosses last night sounded the alarm again over plans to reopen schools after

by Alberta Stenhouse (2020-09-25)


Patrick Roach, general secretary of the NASUWT teachers' union

Teaching bosses last night sounded the alarm again over plans to reopen schools after Downing Street promised parents that classes will resume in full next month.

The Government imposed new restrictions on the north of England on Thursday and on Friday it pumped the brakes on reopening bowling alleys, casinos, skating rinks and other entertainment venues.

But despite the shift, ministers have insisted that schools will still reopen early in September, prompting the NASUWT teaching union to make renewed demands.

Patrick Roach, general secretary of the union, told The Observer: 'In light of recent changes to plans for relaxing lockdown measures, the Government needs to provide greater clarity to school leaders, teachers and parents about what this will mean for the reopening of schools in September. In case you loved this informative article and you would like to receive more details relating to Big names like NetEnt assure visit our webpage. '

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visiting the Discovery School in West Malling, Kent, last month