Some secondary school pupils in England facing exams in the next year are heading into the school from Monday for the face-to-face time with their teachers.
government policies allow only a quarter of the selected year groups 10 and 12, to the site at a time.
The Move comes as the Minister are encouraged to work with teachers and councils on a national school recovery plan.
There is also cross-party receivables for the poorest children access to the internet and the devices to home.
A proposal signed by four former education secretaries, former head of Ofsted and The Chairman of the education Select Committee, Robert Halfon , as well as former Prime Minister , Tony Blair , is to win support.
Labour's Siobhain Mcdonagh , a draft law is currently on the subject in Parliament on Monday.
It is estimated that at least 700,000 disadvantaged children with no access to computers or the internet, are of crucial importance for you to continue your education at a distance.
the Ministers have already a Schema available to 330,000 free laptops set to England, the poorest children, have been distributed on the pupil premium, but so far only 100,000 units, local authorities and Academy trusts.
A government spokesman Said : "The government has already Committed £100m to support the children's learning in the family, and to help pupil premium funding paid up to the highest ever rate to support schools of their disadvantaged pupils. "
It Comes after he scrapped the requirement for primary schools to bring all students back for a month before the summer break.
U-turn came less than two weeks after the primaries in some areas, the pupils started in reception, year 1 and year 6.
are you balancing the needs of their students and the availability of staff and space, which is limited by the safe separation of rules, he added.
A head-teacher survey last week suggested that almost all of the schools. pupils in selected year groups for the support and reviews
He also called for a detailed and coherent plan, properly rooted in the independent advice to be agreed as soon as possible.
the Liberal Democrat education spokesperson, Layla Moran , the PM and the education Secretary, calling for a recruitment campaign has written.
she is also calling for The Local Register created, the schools, the use of buildings and community rooms that are free in the vicinity.
And municipalities are pushing to find the Minister to work with them, local solutions.the theatre as a schools?
councillor Judith Blake , Chairman of The Local Government Association's children and Young People board, Said councils were looking at innovative ways to cultural spaces such as theatre and natural settings, for much-needed teaching space.
The Local authorities required, guaranteed they would have the means to cover the costs of staff and rent additional rooms, she added.
Geoff Barton, General Secretary of the secondary heads' union ASCL, Said : "The idea of opening up The Extra room so that more children could be brought back to the school, while remaining in small groups is good, and is worthy of thinking about further.
"Community centres, village halls and other facilities, can be used. "
Mr Whiteman Said , however, the idea was hardly feasible.