Schools reopening and coronavirus : Insights from a Danish primary school | Tes
Denmark is not opening the schools just to continue educating the pupils, but also to give parents more space to work and contribute to society.
Some parents were unhappy with this approach: they felt that the children were being used as “frontline guinea pigs” and were very concerned about having to send them into school.
[...]Parents are not allowed in school, so can only email teachers with any questions they may have.
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Each class is divided into two classrooms, and some are even using outside areas.
Support and subject teachers are helping class teachers to cover the two rooms, and most of our part-time staff are now working full-time.
All children need to be self-sufficient for the whole day bringing their packed lunch, drink and pencil case as they can’t borrow anything from anyone else.