GAVIN WILLIAMSON has announced plans to open schools have been moved back.

The Secretary of Education has revealed that not all primary school children will return for a full month before the summer holidays.

He said: “We continue to follow the best scientific advice and believe that fraudulent returns, the best course of action to take.”

This comes after Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced at a forum with the media yesterday that students may not return until September at least,

However, Mr Hancock congratulated the “state-of-the-art coronavirus” on a nationwide basis “yesterday when the South of England reported that there were no new criminal cases.

It is the first time since the closing of the lock that no new Covid-19 cases were recorded in London, which has contributed to the daily rise in deaths since the deadline was set for March.

The number of coronavirus deaths in the UK now stands at at least 40,726 after 129 deaths in England in the last 24 hours.

However, according to the National Statistics Bureau the actual death toll is highest – with 51,7166 as of Tuesday, June 9th.

The Secretary of Education, Gavin Williamson, spoke today (June 9) of the opening of schools during the coronavirus outbreak.

The Secretary of Education has amended the previous government’s policy of returning children to school as restrictions on coronavirus are reduced to achieve a more “flexible” approach.

How did Gavin Williamson’s schools open today?
Gavin Williamson was speaking at the House of Commons shortly after 1.30pm today.

It was previously thought that he would speak at 11.30am.

he has laid out a “flexible” approach for most of the children back in the classroom.

Mr Williamson acknowledged that some areas of the UK, such as the North West, are concerned about the risk of contracting a coronavirus once students return to school soon.

He said distance education was a key strategy in government programs.

He stressed how the government is “vigilant” and said that the safety of students and teachers is their priority.

Mr Williamson added that the government is working to get all the students back in September.

He said: “We cannot accept all primary schools a full month before the summer.”

Williamson stepped back to return the school breasts to the classroom over the next few weeks
Williamson postpones returning schoolgirls to classroom next week Credit: Reuters
But there will be no local programs to keep all schools in one place closed.

“We need to bring schools back to every part of the country,” he said.Gavin Williamson said the Government “would not hesitate” to do it if the R-rate reached above the first in local areas.He told Members of Parliament: “I know that schools need time to put in place the protective measures we have asked for and we continue to work with the sector to make sure that any schools that are experiencing difficulties are supported to open as soon as possible. .”Some schools in places like the North West are worried about the local transfer rates.”I can assure you that the Sage R rate for the whole UK is less than one.”If strong data indicate that local action needs to be taken, we will not hesitate to do so. But we are not in that position.”

What was the announcement about?

Wiltonon issued an indication of how many other students in England have returned, but he is also determined that primary schools will not be ready for the restoration of all students, as previously proposed by the government.

It comes after Health Secretary Matt Hancock spoke at Monday’s Downing forum that high schools in England might not be fully open until September “early”.

UK primary schools have accepted bringing some children back to class
With this new statement it is expected that schools will now be offered the option to increase the price – but it will be their own choice to bring in more classes and will remove the “pressure” to get ready. Most students in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 return to classes on June 1st.Children in other age groups will now not return to school until September.

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