Please let me know I'm not being 'a silly billy' in my alarm when informed (at 8 pm tonight) that my small independent school head has told a family that we will accept their 2 children (aged 6 and 10) back into school tomorrow when they only returned from the USA 6 days ago. Apparently he, and the very insistent family, feels it will be ok 'because they have been tested'! We are already pushing the limits, I feel, in terms of social distancing - small classrooms mean pods of 9 - 12 children (less children than some have to have admittedly) are not 1 metre apart let alone 2. Pile on top of this the long exhausting days (with our pod of children 9.30 to 4 with only half an hour break at lunch, no PPA). Oh, and while we are not allowing parents into the building at all, my head merrily invited 2 prospective (to join the school) parents and their small child into school for a show round once our children had left (but teachers were still in the building) today. Thoughts??? I am within my rights to declare that I do not feel safe teaching in school and refuse to attend, right? I believe that was the union guidance. Thank you.