Pupils in Wales set to return this month, but school openings remain low in England


The Welsh government plans to reopen schools to all year groups by the end of the month in Wales as the country eases lockdown restrictions after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Welsh education minister Kirsty Williams confirmed that from 29 June schools in Wales will open to pupils from all year groups. Picture: Welsh government
Welsh education minister Kirsty Williams confirmed that from 29 June schools in Wales will open to pupils from all year groups. Picture: Welsh government

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