Schools reopening: Here’s how effective the UK Government’s protective ‘bubbles’ in schools have been so far

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One of the Government’s key measures for reopening schools in England is the use of protective “bubbles”. The idea is that children are put in classes of no more than 15 pupils with the same teacher (about half the normal class size of 30).

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