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Image caption The former chief inspector of Ofsted has warned schools may have to open during the summer holidays for some pupils. Summer holidays may have to be cancelled for some pupils, a former Ofsted chief inspector has said. Sir Michael Wilshaw warned that year groups about to take exams may need to make up for lost time during the summer break. A decision on when to reopen schools is widely expected on Thursday . The Department for Education (DfE) said there were no plans to cancel holidays and a teaching union said the idea was "not realistic". As part of the government's road map to lifting lockdown, schools can begin to be reopened from 1 June - however this will be dependent on ... Full story

24 May

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