I don't know how education in schools is going to work.. Currently reception and year 1 and year 6 are going back, and schools are working in 'bubbles' so have halfed classes, kept those key worker children separate from those returning. Having staggered starts, staggered playtime, lunches and school finishing time. Approximately 15 minutes apart. To avoid crowding/congestion in playground from parents etc.. But this may still happen as some parents have children in different age groups. So schools years up having less children in classes , am talking primary I already know one primary which isn't allowing year 6 back because they won't have space if they follow guidelines. Yes small classes make sense, but where are these classrooms come from? Prefab classes used to be drafted in many years ago. This used to cost schools money. Some schools don't have space, not all have large playgrounds for these or areas where they can be used. The school hall, again these can be spacious and could be used, but some schools have halls the size of postage stamps. Parents are worried, some except children need to go back. I think as a whole they are shocked at the age of the children, and their development, more the tactile stage of development. Teachers are being honest, the guidance is stay away from students but they know this isn't possible. Oh I have also been heard one room is being set aside too for ill children who onset with any symptoms of Covid-19 so of course that's a high temperature being one of them. So they isolate there before being picked up by parent/carer ASAP. A lot more cleaning is going on in schools, but I don't know the ins and out I haven't asked. I will get more info. Am guessing the path with everything more open, hoping the R rate goes down the small class sizes can go to their norm at some point I don't know. There has been lots of support from heads that they understand anxiety from parents so they won't be penalised for not going back.