Zane Powles, an Assistant Head Teacher in Grimbsy, says they’ve chosen the wrong year groups to return.
Members of SPI-B, a government advisory group, said Boris Johnson had 'trashed' its advice by backing Dominic Cummings.
The tweet, sent from the official UK Civil Service account, was later deleted but had already been shared thousands of times on Twitter.
Louise Bennett, whose 14-year-old son Fred died of leukaemia during lockdown, criticised the government's defence of Dominic Cummings.
London could come out of lockdown quicker than other parts of the country - despite ministers earlier insisting the government would take a 'national approach'.
A draft document issued by the Independent Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) said it is not safe to open schools on June 1.
The NHS Confederation has warned that time is running out for a coronavirus track and trace system.
Now government rules have changed, here is what people in England can and cannot do under the new coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Phillip Schofield has laid into the government's latest lockdown advice, saying it is 'utterly astonishing' and makes 'no sense'.
Scientific experts criticised Boris Johnson's plans to reopen the country gradually, saying his announcement on Sunday night lacked clarity.
Other reported potential changes include the return of some sports, picnics in the park and opening of pub and cafe gardens.
Housing, Communities and Local Government secretary Robert Jenrick said there is no reason why people can't travel to a tip when they reopen.
Boris Johnson's spokesperson has said ministers are still considering what advice to issue on the wearing of face coverings in public.
Critics have argued that a second peak was unavoidable and so the original wording of the fifth test would never be met.
Dominic Raab confirmed that the government is considering checks on people arriving in the UK following reports that officials are drawing up plans for people to be quarantined for 14 days.
A Tweet shared by the official Downing Street Twitter account has sparked amusement over a mystery 'third arm' in its picture.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he won't be booking a summer holiday any time soon amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick is accused of breaking lockdown rules twice - by travelling to his second home in Herefordshire and also visiting his elderly parents.
The government is under pressure over the lack of tests for NHS workers, meaning they don't know if they can return to work.
Viewers took to social media to criticise show's host and guests for not adhering to government advice surrounding the coronavirus