UK teachers and parents: how is the autumn school term going so far?

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<span>Photograph: By Ian Miles-Flashpoint Pictures/Alamy</span>
Photograph: By Ian Miles-Flashpoint Pictures/Alamy

We would like to hear from teachers and parents across the UK about how the autumn school term is going so far after pupils returned to the classroom in recent weeks. Schools in Scotland returned on 17 August with those in England, Wales and Northern Ireland starting in September.

What has it been like to return to the classroom? Do you have any concerns?

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