Hi all. I've been discussing our reopening plans with a colleague and we were curious what other schools were doing. Without giving too much revealing information away, could you share what your school's plans are for September? We have: - Year group bubbles each separated into different 'zones' of the school. All of that year group's classes will be taught in that zone, with minimal pupil movement (only those who need to change rooms because they are in a different class for different subjects, or movement to a specialist room such as a lab). - Staff will move between bubbles in order to teach their timetables. All of us will no longer have our own classrooms, as we all teach across the school. - No sharing of resources between year group bubbles. All books etc. to remain in the bubble. - Staggered break and lunch times with separate break and canteen areas for year groups. Canteens will be used by 2 years but will be thoroughly cleaned between them (there is time allocated between the staggering). - Hand sanitiser in each room for pupils and staff also given sanitiser to carry with them. - Closure of shared spaces such as school library for now whilst bubbles have to exist. - Staggered end to the day to allow year groups to move off site without mixing. Year groups also have different site and building entry and exit points so they avoid contact. Not looking for any criticism or praise of our school's plans (they're not within my control anyway so it wouldn't make any difference). We are simply curious what other schools are doing, as I am sure everyone has interpreted the guidance differently and has different circumstances at school affecting what is in place.