Birmingham news Summer school plans for struggling Brit kids after 'missing six-months' to Covid PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Struggling school children will reportedly be given the chance to have lessons this summer
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Struggling school children who have fallen behind in their studies due to pandemic could be given the chance to attend catch-up lessons this summer. Educational centres will reportedly be granted hundreds of millions of pounds by the Government to facilitate the radical move, which would see group and sports activities, as well as lessons, provided to help their well-being. Pupils missed vital classroom lessons between March and July last year, before further disruption and virtual learning took place again from January to date. The measure is one of three points outlined in a proposal by Prime Minister Boris Johnson for pupils who have missed out on education, according to the Mirror and The Sunday Times. It is reported that schools will be urged to hire freelance teacher or pay staff more to extend shifts outside working hours to ensure pupils can be "adequately supported." Fears have been raised about young people's mental health impacted by Covid-19 restrictions.
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A source said: "This isn't just education support but also social support. We're acutely aware that pupils' mental health has been impacted by not seeing friends or playing sport." Tomorrow, Monday, February 22, Mr Johnson is expected to announce his plans for a return of all pupils to school by March 8 - albeit with exemptions for schools in areas of localised high infections The PM will give outline his roadmap to coming out of lockdown in his speech in the Commons. Later he is expected to address the nation on TV.
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