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Image caption Head teacher Debbie Whiting set up a food bank to support families in poverty (photo taken before lockdown). The government has told schools to reopen for certain year groups from 1 June. But what does it mean in practical terms for schools - and how are they getting ready? We spoke to one head teacher to find out. "It's like doing a jigsaw puzzle where all the pieces are green.". That is how Debbie Whiting, head teacher of North Denes Primary School in Norfolk, describes the task in front of her - remodelling her school during a pandemic so that three classes can return next month. "The more you look at things, the more there is to think about," she says. Classrooms have been... Full story

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