Uk news Region's secondary school pupils will return to classrooms after Easter break PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - First minister also confirms that shielding students will not return to education facilities until April 26

Uk news Region's secondary school pupils will return to classrooms after Easter break PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - First minister also confirms that shielding students will not return to education facilities until April 26

Uk news  Region's secondary school pupils will return to classrooms after Easter break PremierLeague-News.Com
06 April 2021 - 11:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The first minister has confirmed that "virtually" all secondary school pupils will return to the classroom after the Easter break. At her COVID briefing this afternoon (April 6) Nicola Sturgeon added that youngsters on the shielding list are scheduled for a return to in-person teaching in the classroom from April 26. Perth and Kinross primary schools had already resumed full-time teaching before the holidays, but a blended learning system had been used in secondary schools. Perth and Kinross residents urged to attend COVID jab appointments to stop doses going to waste Perthshire Pride dismayed by ‘transphobic’ image projected in city centre On their return, secondary pupils won’t be sitting a full exam diet but will still have to sit final assessments to determine their grades. Strict two metre social distancing rules will be eased for pupils, but it was added that other "mitigations" - such as lateral flow tests and improved ventilation - will be required.

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. In her statement, Nicola Sturgeon also confirmed that the first batch of the Moderna vaccine arrived safely in Scotland. The nation will receive over one million of the 17 million doses the UK has ordered. Litter-ally not one fine in Perth and Kinross over past two years Perth and Kinross gets back to business as COVID restrictions ease The first minister says there has been "encouraging news" over the past seven days, with a decline in case numbers and no COVID-related deaths in Scotland over the past 24 hours. "COVID is down in Scotland", she says, which provides a "lot of optimism for the period that lies ahead" but rises in other parts of the world show the virus is "still very much with us".

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