Hi there, I just listened to an interview on the TV which suggested that schools in Scotland could reopen with groups doing Monday/Wednesday/Friday or Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday. Obviously this is only a suggestion and may not happen. Also I am in England so things may or may not be different here. However, it got me thinking - if it did go ahead can we be told to work six day weeks?! Also, if they decide to cancel the summer holidays to help children catch up - can we be told that we have to work in the classroom to cover that? If we can, will we get paid more at the very least since it is far over and above our contract? In many ways I would support cancelling the holidays, although I wouldn't like it, because as a teacher and a parent I can see that online learning simply can't compare to being in the classroom. If they just told us to close school right now and then restart in July/August I would go along with it without a fuss. However, I am working very hard to provide online learning right now while simultaneously trying to homeschool my own children. I do not want that to seamlessly segue into classroom teaching all the way through to December without a break. What would our rights be in this case?