The biggest changes to Nottinghamshire schools due to Covid-19
“We’ve waited, listened, and waited again for guidance before we acted.”
From classroom closures, to Zoom lessons, one-way systems and safety bubbles, it’s safe to say 2020 was a year of immense changes and adaptations for our schools.
And with the enforced closures as part of Lockdown 3, 2021 is already proving difficult for schools and parents across the city and county
But through a group effort of leaders, staff, parents, local authorities and of course, the pupils themselves, education has continued throughout – whether through a virtual screen or at the kitchen table.
Nottinghamshire Live spoke to those working on education’s frontline about how Covid-19 has impacted everyday routines and how some changes may stick around for a while longer.
Hayley Keen, head of school at Djanogly Sherwood has worked in education for 22 years, but says 2020 has “been a challenge like no other”.
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