According to a survey, teachers in England are being forced to prioritise class places among vulnerable students and the children of key workers because of a huge increase in demand.
In SEN (special education needs) schools some children are missing out due to problems with infection control, timetables and transport.
We’d like to hear from teachers in England and Wales about their experiences during the pandemic. We are especially interested in hearing from those working in SEN schools and nurseries.
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