Heard this chap on R5 this am - wasn't impressed; he thinks having a 'Risk Assessment' means his schools will all be safe! Pretty horrified by some of his claims too, e.g. "He said: 'The greatest risks for many of our children are being stuck in a council block, with no fresh air, no exercise, little or no nutritious food.'" Of course exercise has always been allowed, and is now unlimited. And "The Oasis boss suggested many pupils would also be at a disadvantage from missing lessons because many of them 'live in cramped conditions with little digital access' making it difficult for them to learn effectively online". Which makes me wonder what their parents are spending their child benefit (& other income) on, if not 'food' or suitable internet access... https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...-middle-class-harms-disadvantaged-pupils.html So, are these good enough reasons to put teachers & others who work at school at risk?