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the plans for all of England, the primary children to return for a month before the summer break, fall through the education Secretary, Gavin Williamson .
Confirm The Move , he told deputies, he wanted all the children will take the school again in September and the "exam next year".
Labour's Rebecca Long-Bailey on expressed "dismay," as the plans for bringing back students had been treated.
school President, " the leader said, The Plan was never a practical possibility.Back To school?
elementary school children, the show will go in England in reception, year 1 and 6 started Back To school last week and DfE numbers on how many participated, based on 4 June.
But there were warnings that children are exposed to, be forgotten, in the lifting of the restrictions.
Hannah Richardson BBC Education reporter
today's announcement, formal, what have said, head teachers and governors in England, for some time.
It is not possible for you to massively increase the space, each class should adjust to the social distancing, and bring back all of them.
There is not enough space.
While The Number 10 and the formation of the Secretary stopped at the plans, they lost the support of some groups of parents, people who work in schools, and teacher unions.
There are worries that more pupils in the schools contribute to the increase of the Covid-19-infections, both between students and teachers, and in their communities, and the indecision of the scientific Evidence on this.
Balanced against this is also the very real fears of parents, in addition to manage, how on earth are they to go, their offspring At Home for a further two or three months - Minimum - let alone keep up to date with your educational needs.
There is to start getting more votes for the government to think more strategically, and more creative. A national strategic plan called for, one that recognises the extent of The Problem and the scale corresponds to that seen from the support to the economy.
Previously, care Minister Helen Whately told Bbc Breakfast that the Ministers "want to take risks, which may be the infection rate increase", that is, the location of the school is "primarily a problem for children from disadvantaged backgrounds, and that education can widen the gap "".
the Children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield , the program said that the perspective of the pupils of the upper stage was again until about September, "deeply troubling".
she added that "the education divide widens", and "almost a decade of catching up, the education gap may well be lost."
they also called for the training of children, the Number One priority of the government, adding that otherwise there was a risk that "childhood is only to be furloughed for months. "
Commons Education Committee Chairman Robert Halfon called for a national strategic plan, the schools open as soon as possible. He also warned that schools will be closed the majority of the students would lose 40% of their Time In the class this year.
He told BBC Radio 4 's Today programme: "I think we are a Strange Country in which we turn a Blind Eye to mass demonstrations everywhere, in every city we open a campaign for pubs and cafes, and yet we say to open the schools in September to be risky if all of The Evidence . different suggests. "
Mr Halfon also responded to respond to concerns to Finance the teacher on BBC Radio 5 live about the schools, supply teachers from their own budgets. "If the schools need additional resources to ensure that their classrooms are social distancing, as the government should ensure that funding," He Said .parents ' views are mixed
A mother told the Today programme that she is "disappointed, unsurprised," But "incredibly" over the message.
"I feel really sad for my son. I have a son who is in year two, and one at the front Desk.
"My child in the reception [has] declined, even if only for four days a week, every other week.
"And my older son, just turning to, is desperate to go back, can't understand, thinks it is so Unfair - what it is. "
"I'm actually relieved when the schools go back Until September , because I think it is to soon.
"you have no social distance in age. I don't think that there is enough protective equipment in the school. "
school leaders had for all primary year groups at the same time, with the help of social distancing to limit the capacity.
classes of only 15 students or Less - will now be so, if every class filled two class rooms, a headmaster stated, you have no place for all year groups. to bring
"The 'ambition' back, all the primary year groups for one month prior to The End of the summer term was a case of the government promising something that cannot be delivered," said Geoff Barton, head of the ASCL head teachers ' Union.
"It is not possible to do this while maintaining the small classes and the social bubble," He Said .
Paul Whiteman , The National Association of Head Teachers, said: "we are pleased to see that the government does not have the strength to do The Impossible ", and that The Plan had too many "practical obstacles".
Ian Robinson , chief executive of The Oak partnership trust is running primary schools and a special school in Somerset, told BBC Radio 4 's Today programme announcement shows that the Minister "to listen to The Profession ".
the schools have remained open during the lockdown from the children of key people and vulnerable children.
the upper school in years 10 and 12 are to begin again for some sessions in the school from 15 June.
It is believed that primary students have grown in number, as the parents themselves to become more aware of - But there are also local concerns about the different regional rates of infection were.
the teacher unions have warned that it is too early to go Back To school - and some local authorities have delayed the return to their fields.
Some of the Northern Irish students preparing for the exams and to move to post-primary schools, with a step return for the rest in September.
the UK has recorded since prior to the lockout on March 23, according to the latest information from the government.
There is a tendency to fewer deaths on the Mondays reported due to the reporting lag over the weekend.
The figures came as a study estimated block
have to say, the researchers from the Imperial College in London using computer models to predict the spread of The Virus , if no restrictions have been set in 11 European countries, found that the "victim would have been enormous", without the lockdown.
In the United Kingdom, the lockdown to prevent 470,000 deaths up to 4, according to the study.
According to The Office for National Statistics (ONS), Less than a fifth of deaths registered in England and Wales during The Last week of may Covid-19 involved - the lowest percentage since the lockdown began.
There were registered 9,824 deaths, said during this week - Less than the previous week, But still 1,653 deaths is higher than what would be expected in the rule, the ONS. Of these, 1,822 involved The Virus .