Unions welcome re-opening of schools but say parents should ‘follow their instincts’

ITV reports …

The head of a teaching union in Jersey has told ITV News she is confident sufficient measures will be in place to ensure a safe return for teachers and pupils when schools reopen on 8 June.

Marina Mauger of the NASUWT praised the work that is already being done on the health and safety aspects of the return, as well as the dialogue unions have had with government so far.

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