Britain reopens primary schools with strong safety measures in place


LONDON: Children across Britain in reception, Years 1 and 6 have returned to schools, with many having been out of school for over 10 weeks due to Covid-19 lockdown. The decision to reopen almost 18,000 of England?s primary schools starting with reception, year 1 and year 6 has been taken after the British government put in place extensive safety measures for teachers and pupils to return to schools in a safe and creative environment and after the scientific evidence suggested the transmission rate of coronavirus (COVID-19) has decreased.