Is anybody here having issues with school expectations? I have been working from home since lockdown due to being 'clinically vulnerable' (as opposed to being clinically extreemly vulnerable) and am just finishing Paternity leave. I have just received an email from my Head claiming that government advice is now that Vulnerable staff can return to work as long as the school has been made safe, and to contact her with any concerns I may have. (like this not actually being the official government advice...) Further, I have heard (unoficially) that he is concerned that staff on the whole have not been working effectively from home and so staff will be expected to return to do work from school premises rather than from home. (despite advice being that staff should only be in school when needed to directly supervise students). We are expected to call home to every student in our tutor group each week (and keep trying until we make contact - with the student directly, not just the parents - recording each call in two seperate places, along with details) We are expected to Plan a full sylabus of lessons for next year, with each lesson needing to include items from a checklist and be presented on a specific template, as well as assessments for each topic. Along side this we are expected to provide distance learning (and some staff are putting in a day or two at key school as well) I am seriously unsure how to respond to this as nobody else I have spoken to seems concerned (teachers seem on the whole to be a bunch of workaholics). Has anybody else had similar experiences? Am I alone in thinking that this is unreasonable?