Ok early days and they can be modified and re worked but I’m already having serious doubts. 1 kids are arriving at school same time as all other year groups so even though they go to different entry points they are mixing. Obvious results. 2 some are going to breaks at same time eg y8/10 and same exit points. Obvious answer is to stagger end of lesson time. 3 staff are moving around to classes and being potential spreaders or will pick up from kids however much they try to keep 2m apart. Obvious results. 4 even if bubbles done mix, they will on school buses. Again, obvious results. 5 even if they don’t mix on buses, then they go home to siblings and other friends. Obvious results. 6 there is no social distancing in ANY year group 7–13. Kids are sitting in normal formation. Obvious results. so what do I suggest? abandon zones as impractical. Let normal flow of kids around school, stagger lesson times of each year group so they never get the chance to mix or it is reduced. At present it’s a joke. Will be only a matter of time before R rate rises. You can still keep kids in school but REDUCE risk of adults spreading because teacher movements are significantly reduced. wear masks AT LEAST around the school as well. Currently this is not mandatory at our place. I’m open to persuasion. But zones can’t last long at this rate. Sorry but best way is to allow staggered times and reduce bottle necks and reduce teacher/adult movement. And I’ve not even got to serious mental Heath issues over reduced lunch hours, and impact on teachers having to supervise classes at lunchtime because of lack of manpower. thoughts please as I am quite worried this evening that I’m going to catch it by my increased mobility around the school.