What will school life be like in September
Many schools are now on the countdown to the last few days of school. The government have announced that they are hoping that from 19th July all social distancing rules will be scrapped and that includes school bubbles. From September, when children return things will hopefully be more like normal. Although each school will be able to decide how exactly they operate, it is likely that children from other bubbles will be able to play together again. It may be that assemblies can resume in the hall, with al years taking part and even Christmas plays may be able to resume this year.
Some children may embrace the changes whereas others may find it a little too much or even worry about the lifting of restrictions.
Teachers and parents all over the country just want their child to be able to resume their education as much as possible and enjoy their time at school. As restrictions have been in place for a long time now, it may take a bit of adjusting back and you could find that there is a noticeable change in your child’s behaviour whilst they adapt to the changes. All you can do is offer support and make sure that you reassure them of any changes that may be taking place.