I was watching the News at Ten on BBC1 and about 10 minutes in there was a 'blink and you miss it' piece about education in the time of Covid-19. Basically, it said that the Government is to use 'special' (it might have been 'emergency') powers to compel all schools in England to make available online all the content that is taking place in school - presumably for children, year groups or 'bubbles' that have to self-isolate, to continue their learning. Has anyone else heard anything about this? Is it Secondary schools or Primary ones too? What are these 'emergency' powers and what would be the penalty if a school fails to comply? I did think that during the first lockdown it seemed there were massive differences between some of the support children received whilst off - my school in particular did not offer any online lessons, stating the lack of internet access & home devices as a barrier - or should I say excuse! Is this pronouncement an attempt to level the playing field, especially if in the cold, winter months another lockdown, even including schools, is unavoidable?