I am in a strange situation whereby I have this year been teaching some Year 6 classes to support the junior school at the school I teach secondary at. This means that there is a good chance I will be required to head in to teach the two year 6 classes from 1st July, whilst also trying to deliver content live for my secondary pupils, nightmare. Anyway, I was wondering what measures you have in place for the computer room moving forward? Surely keyboards, mice, touchscreens etc need a deep clean after every use. Computer rooms are usually tightly packed, and to support I usually have to be well within 2 meters to be able to see their screens, advise on how to correct things etc. I have contacted IT services at my school regarding network monitoring software so I can try to see their screens without being within social distancing range but this would be a fast deployment by 1st July so may not be available. I have no idea how such deep cleans of equipment can be conducted between lessons. I would much prefer continuing our distance learning, live video calls and live support I provide via Teams on my cutting edge home PC. However I imagine with govt pressure I will be required for what is essentially baby sitting duty so parents can go to work, despite this will mean a split experience for those attending school and those not, reduced support from me for those years distance learning and 2 completely different schemes of learning for those at school and those not. Any advice?