Schools ‘draw up plans to go part-time’ in face of test shortage

Evening Standard reports …

Schools are reportedly preparing to go part-time if problems with Test and Trace continue. Headteachers are drawing up plans to teach pupils on a two weeks on, two weeks off, basis, the Telegraph reports. Nearly every school in the country is struggling to get access to testing for pupils and teachers, education leaders have warned Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

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