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Teaching across bubbles

Discussion in 'Staff, pupil & parent's wellbeing' started by Jojomoo, Jul 5, 2020.

  1. Jojomoo

    Jojomoo New commenter

    Although I appreciate we don’t know what the pandemic will look like in September, what is the feeling of teachers who are on the clinically extremely vulnerable list and have been shielding up until know to return to school and work across bubbles? ( primary school age)
    I’m in this position myself. I’m the only teacher across our 2 sister schools who has been shielding but as I’m a specialist teacher (music and MFL) I’ve been timetabled to work across ALL year groups, in different classrooms AND between both schools. This is over 200 children.
    I’m feeling nervous but have been told “ it’s safe” to do this. Just wondered how others are feeling?
  2. Abitofeverything

    Abitofeverything Occasional commenter

    200 children is still less than the bubble limit set by the government. I think the general feeling is that schools have to get back to some kind of normality and this is going to have to be the way it is. Hopefully you will feel more reassured by facts and figures September, which is still 2 months away - a long time in terms of this virus...
    geoteach2020 likes this.

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