Key workers advised to keep children at home ‘if they can’ in latest DfE U-turn

Fiona Simpson
Monday, January 11, 2021

Key workers should “keep children at home if they can”, the Department for Education has said, in a change to guidance detailing those eligible to attend school.

Critical workers have been asked to work from home where possible to avoid overcrowding schools. Picture: Adobe Stock
Critical workers have been asked to work from home where possible to avoid overcrowding schools. Picture: Adobe Stock

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