Coronavirus: Kings Monkton head speaks out over face masks

BBC reports …

Paul Norton from Cardiff’s Kings Monkton called it a breach of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. In a letter to Education Minister Kirsty Williams, he said he was “saddened and shocked”. But the government said it was for parents or independent schools to provide masks if deemed necessary.

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