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|Millions of pupils return to school amid Covid spike concern
Millions of pupils are returning to classrooms in England and Wales, amid fears of a spike in Covid cases.
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Pre-term Covid testing is being used to limit infection, but rules on social distancing and face masks have gone.
Scientists have warned of a rapid rise in school cases without such measures and experts have not recommended jabs for healthy 12 to
Ministers want a return to normality, but cases are more than 30 times higher among children compared with last year.
In the week to 28 August, there were more than 300 Covid cases per 100,000 among five to 15-year-olds. This compares with less than
10 per 100,000 in the same week of 2020.
Head teachers are hoping for a much smoother term but also want school safety measures to be kept under review.
Association of School and College Leaders head Geoff Barton says there is less uncertainty about how the coronavirus may impact
on schooling, but he wants the government to be ready to "step in with support" if needed.
Although health officials are clear young people suffer much milder disease, there is still anxiety among pupils about how the term will
pan out, after 18 months of intermittent Covid disruption.
Bournemouth A-level student, Olivia - a member of the NSPCC's young people's board for change - says she finds the prospect of just
carrying on "very daunting" and has asked if she can repeat last year.
"We're being dropped back into this new normality, where you're meant to be applying to university and sitting your A-levels as
if nothing has happened," says the 17-year-old.
Modified exams have been pledged in all four nations, but there is little detail yet on England's plans for these, and pupils and teachers
are asking for more information.