Coronavirus: Schools given permission to sing again

BBC reports …

Schools in Northern Ireland have been told pupils are allowed to sing again. Guidance from the Education Authority (EA) had previously said singing was not advised in any school setting, including pre-school. But the Public Health Agency (PHA) has carried out a review of that guidance and has now said that singing is “acceptable”. However, the change only applies to younger children in the first two years of primary and pre-school.

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