Teachers and parents in England: share your thoughts on the return to school

Guardian community team
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<span>Photograph: Maureen McLean/REX/Shutterstock</span>
Photograph: Maureen McLean/REX/Shutterstock

Boris Johnson has announced that all pupils and college students in England will fully reopen on 8 March. In Scotland, a phased return for pre-school children and older pupils who need to complete practical work began on 22 February, with Nicola Sturgeon saying it was unlikely there would be a further return before 15 March.

In Wales, there has been a phased return of children aged three to seven since 22 February, and in Northern Ireland pupils will not return to school fully until 5 March.

We’d like to hear from parents and teachers in England on their thoughts about schools fully reopening on 8 March.

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