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Govt announces safety plans for return to schools in autumn

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Govt announces safety plans for return to schools in autumn

Govt announces safety plans for return to schools in autumn

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has unveiled the government’s safety plan for how to get all children in all year groups back to the classroom in September, after up to six months at home.

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