School life in the pandemic: how it’s changed for teachers, pupils and parents

ITV reports …

Our Education Correspondent Elodie Harper has been to see how one school is coping with life in the pandemic.

When cameraman Tony Aldous and I arrive at Mile Cross Primary, the head teacher Stuart Allen takes our temperatures before we can enter the building.

The last time we were here – just two months ago, on the eve of lockdown – he shook our hands. A snapshot of how life has changed due to coronavirus.

Read more at: School life in the pandemic: how it’s changed for teachers, pupils and parents

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