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most of The disadvantaged students have access to Tutors through a £350m programme over The Next academic year.
primary and secondary schools will spend a Further £650m on a one-to-one or group lessons for all pupils who think they need it.
head teachers welcomed the funding But said more details were needed.
Boris Johnson said the Fund would help school leaders, what the students need.
He thanked the teachers, educators and support staff for their efforts during the pandemic, and said that he was determined "to do everything" he could to get all the kids back in school, starting in September.
"We have the plans for how this will happen as soon as possible," He Said .
However, the early years providers and colleges for 16 - to 19-year-olds are not included in the plans.
Still, it was a schemes, any mention of the summer-to help the students back on track for launch in the autumn time.
schools were closed across the UK on 20. March. Apart from The Children , the key persons, the majority of children do not to school, because then, and not in a class room until after the summer holidays.
children in Kindergarten, reception, year 1 and year 6 have begun, the return to primary schools in England, and some of the year 10, 12 students of the leading schools and universities returned to more This Week .
schools in Wales are re-opening at The End of June, with only one-third of the students in the class at any time, while in Scotland, the schools prepare to open on may 11. August.
Social distancing in schools, where the Minister seek a full re-opening of schools on may 24. August.
work, said the Minister should help the convening of a task force - the involvement of the trade unions and the scientific and health experts, all the students come back in the school safe as soon as possible.
Shadow education secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey said the plans "little Details, and seem to be a tiny fraction of the support" necessary " and called for a "detailed national plan for education, the education of children and health back on track".the conservation of rich
the plans for the subsidised National tutoring program has been developed, with the help of a group of social mobility organisations, and the scientists, under the direction of the Education Endowment Fund (EDF), a non-profit organization.
the movement, called a tremendous opportunity to create a lasting change.
But he noted that the investment expected to be spent on tutoring, to decide, rather than left to the principal's office.
He was also concerned that there is no investment for The Sixth forms.
David Hughes , chief executive of The Association of Colleges, said the teenager-college-worthy students so much catch-up support than any other age group, and it was "untenable", in order not to miss you.
While Neil Leitch, chief executive of the Early years of the Alliance, said the decision of the government, not to children of preschool age, "mocks".
"This is a considerable sum of money," said Mr. Whiteman, But he also warned there were many details yet to be worked through.
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