I use the term plan quite loosely because the plan seems to be everyone back in September and individual heads can work out how to keep everyone safe. At least then, if there's an outbreak it's the fault of the HT, not the government. How on earth are staggered lunchtimes going to work when bubbles need to be kept apart? What happens if there are repeated single infections within a bubble? Surely some groups will end up with very disrupted education. How will PPA be organised? If it's a cover supervisor, then that completely negates the class or year group bubble. What about toilets? In the school that I volunteer in about 90 children use one set of toilets. Surely this creates issues around bubbles mixing and how do you ensure that the toilets are kept clean? Will exams and tests still go ahead and if so, how fair will that be? Some classes may have had a year with very little disruption, whilst others may have had several 2 week stints of self isolation. I'm sure there are many more issues and the likes of the daily mail would accuse me of being negative and not wanting children back at school. I really do want children back in school, as do teachers and their unions. But surely our children and teachers deserve a better, more well thought through plan than this?