Staggered return for England's secondary schools next term
17/12/2020 | news | education | 1,428
Secondary school pupils could face a first week of term online as schools set up Covid testing.
All this for Covid 19 which less than 2500 people in the UK have died OF Shocking manipulation and propaganda Removed
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lie
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17/12/2020 13:28:31 4 1
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I think you will find it is over 65000 deaths with many more left with long term illness
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17/12/2020 13:32:18 0 2
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Crank
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17/12/2020 13:45:28 2 1
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Oh stop posting blatant lies in an attempt to get yourself some attention. It's sad!
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17/12/2020 13:17:02 23 22
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Tory chaos.

All thanks to the uneducated Brexit types who voted them in.
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All this for Covid 19 which less than 2500 people in the UK have died OF Shocking manipulation and propaganda Removed
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17/12/2020 13:26:58 14 8
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This Government need a kick up the ass now. This is ridiculous. One minute Williamson is threatening a Greenwich school with legal action if they don't stay open and the next he's happy to see kids stay at home instead of going to school! The catalogue of incompetence is breathtaking. My kid goes back Williamson as normal or you will answer to me. I urge other parents not to take this lying down.
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17/12/2020 13:19:49 7 54
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Another excuse for teachers to have time off whilst I do their job for them and also doing my own.
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17/12/2020 13:34:42 6 3
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Wow.
Mind you, I bet "your kid" can't wait to go back!
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17/12/2020 19:24:43 0 0
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Going by that temper tantrum I reckon your child is ready to return tomorrow. I pity him/her.
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17/12/2020 13:37:45 5 9
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Man, I'm sick of it - and the plastic junk chrismas you believe your little darlings have a 'right' to.

No government forced you to have children.
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17/12/2020 13:49:39 5 14
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Work-shy lefties do not want to do their bit; no surprises here.
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17/12/2020 13:28:30 195 15
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Seems quite clear those make the decisions have no understanding of schools. Most of those in government making the decisions went to private school and those with children send them to private school also
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17/12/2020 14:04:46 2 0
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Oh dear, was that a nerve end........?
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17/12/2020 13:54:31 26 164
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So if someone says teachers get over 3 months off work we're told they don't because they work during that time.

But if they're going to have to do work during that period we're told there's only one day of term time left and so it is suddenly impossible.

I understand.
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17/12/2020 14:06:40 20 3
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Yet another teacher basher
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No teacher, ‘health worker’, army bod, or anyone else will be going anywhere near my 3, fit & healthy kids. Ever. This is crossing a very thick red line now.
Then your darlings can stay at home. They could have Covid and no symptoms. You could save a teachers life. If your negligence kills a teacher you should be charged with murder Removed
more time off for the lazy teachers! who only attend two thirds of the working year anyway!! Removed
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Russell. Maybe you should spend more time improving your maths than trolling on HYS?
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17/12/2020 14:59:49 2 1
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Back under your bridge, I can hear the billy goats approaching.
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17/12/2020 15:00:40 2 2
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Teachers are only paid for two thirds of the year. Did you have a hard time at school; were the lessons too hard?
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17/12/2020 15:00:41 3 0
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Does your job sometimes require you to work 21 days in a row to get things done?
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Yet another teacher knocker.A lot of people would struggle to do this job.
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Sigh "metal wellbeing" claptrap...

The usual namby pamby crocodile tear shedding nonsense of todays generation...

Never seen my parents, teachers or the kids complaining back in the UK of the 70's about "metal wellbeing" when it was the time of the 3 day week and endless strikes that meant school where often closed down for weeks on end and it never did us any harm as kids to our education...
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Teachers are only paid for two thirds of the year. Did you have a hard time at school; were the lessons too hard?
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I now think it is time for strong civil disobedience. Pubs and restaurants should continue with their safety measures and refuse to shut, theatres the same. Schools should stay open, the kids won't be aware they've even got symptoms and being most primary and secondary groups parents are in the 20 to 35 ish age groups, neither will they. This is now going dangerously OTT, and likely to end badly. Removed
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17/12/2020 16:22:45 1 0
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Being saying this for months ??
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And are you personally going to pay all the fines that will ensue when the pubs and restaurants follow your ludicrous idea?
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17/12/2020 16:26:51 1 0
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If everyone used a bit of common and adhered to face coverings , social distancing etc then maybe pubs etc should stay pen, however having been in The Bullring in Birmingham yesterday and having witnessed probably 25% of the shoppers not wearing masks then we cant rely on common sense and we have to have these measures to cater for the selfish,the lazy,the stupid mostly men, sadly.
Too Little Too Late, the usual village idiot's approach to the virus

https://twitter.com/ByDonkeys/status/1282915698604376064
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If only the stupid BBC would report on the MRHA status of the oxford vaccine this school story, pubs story, forlorn story would be redundant because the Oxford Vaccine would make it a detailed roll out story. Oops that's an atrofica to the Tory scum Party. Removed
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In the main photo, the skirt of the girl in the middle is way too short. For most schools it has to be at least knee length.
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17/12/2020 13:28:00 6 57
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Testing is stupid. However it is easy, many done as self tests. If the school staff are incapable of operating something so easy perhaps they are not fit to have a job in the sector.
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17/12/2020 13:22:46 88 18
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Staggered return yet forcing schools to stay open the week before xmas.
The Government needs to be stopped.
There has to be consequences for the Conservative Party, they are out of control. I was, repeat was, a Conservative voter. Never again.
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And yet you have the time to post on a HYS?
Interesting.
Me thinks you may be telling porkies
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Errr, plenty do home test without training. Can’t be that difficult.....
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As a teacher, where I work with 1250 students, 2 positive tests in total, of course nobody actually felt ill. I don't know anyone that cares about getting it, it's a triviality. Most people I know were hoping to get it when the idea of 'immunity passports' were being touted. We should have let the virus rip in schools, colleges and universities in March to aid herd immunity.
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17/12/2020 16:12:58 0 6
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Well at least you waited until school was done for the day and weren't on here like a flash before 2PM like your peers.
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18/12/2020 11:43:28 1 4
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Just sick of teachers always whingeing about their lot and the over coverage it gets when there are a lot more workers in far worse situations than they are. And yes the education system failed me due to lefty uninterested teachers that spent all their time whingeing in staff rooms, when they could have been doing planning, marking etc?? Seems little has changed!