How can we help worried parents as the SNP return to school policy FAILS to prevent THREE out of THREE HUNDRED AND NINETY EIGHT THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND NINETY FOUR primary pupils getting Covid-19?

In the Herald (of the Apocalypse) today:

Three pupils at separate primary schools have tested positive for coronavirus. Renfrewshire Council said a case has been confirmed at Todholm Primary School in Paisley, while two cases have been detected in pupils in Perth and Kinross.

What CAN we do? I know. Keep them at home for 14 days and ask their families to self-isolate for the same period. Then they can come back. Perhaps the schools could put some blended learning online for them and maybe even lend them laptops? It’s only three. No? Monica Lennon says it’s a crisis. Swinney must go?

3 thoughts on “How can we help worried parents as the SNP return to school policy FAILS to prevent THREE out of THREE HUNDRED AND NINETY EIGHT THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND NINETY FOUR primary pupils getting Covid-19?”

  1. Perhaps these ‘worried parents’ should be put in touch with the named parent given prominence by BBC Scotland on 21st June in an article entitled: ‘Coronavirus: ‘We will accept the risks for full-time school’.

    This parent – whose lockdown on Jura apparently ‘has been more difficult than many” – told us courtesy of the BBC that:

    “We want them (her children) to go back full time and we are willing to take the risks that come with that”.

    Source: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-53100297

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    1. Yep I do remember that…it needs shared widely, is the article archived?
      The MSM BritNats were chomping at the bit to get kids back to school, they were apoplectic that kids were not in school to start with, and now they are, they are apoplectic that they are in school!

      Had the Scottish Government delayed schools reopening there would have been hell to pay in the BritNat arena! Hell mend ’em!

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