It’s back to school (at a distance)… but not the office

Evening Standard reports …

Thousands of pupils celebrated returning to classrooms and playgrounds for the first time in six months today — giving their parents the freedom to go back to work. The start of the school year was unlike anything seen before as youngsters lined up to wash their hands before entering classrooms that have been transformed to enable socially-distanced lessons.

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  1. Emily

    It was very difficult for us to try on the teacher’s costume and explain the lessons to our daughter, who is in seventh grade, and I think all children would be better off returning to their teachers with a proven pedagogical approach. It’s good that there are services like that can quickly help with essay writing.

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