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    英国重新开放学校的计划

    2020年05月22日     作者:摩天登录国际教育服务 阅读量:

    在英格兰,尽管受到了广泛的批评,但政府希望学龄前儿童能够重返学校的环境。学前班,一年级和六年级的学生将从下个月开始重返学校。

    幼儿可以从6月1日开始返回英格兰的托儿所和小学,政府的目标是让所有小学生在暑假之前回去一个月。

    政府还表示,中学应该致力于为明年夏季有关键性升学考试的10年级和12年级学生进行“面对面的辅导”。

    在审查了最新的科学证据后,预计政府将在5月28日或之前对是否重新开放学校做出最终决定。

    公办学校

    部长们受到来自议会的压力越来越大,这些议会主要是由英格兰北部由工党经营的地方当局负责,他们已决定从6月1日起重新开放。

    在决定是否在6月的第一周重新开放之前,英格兰地方政府开办的小学很可能会仔细研究其理事会的意见。

    多个理事会与教学工会一起,一直在呼吁科学证据,以支持决定在英格兰重新开放学校的决定,该决定现在有望在周五公布。

    学院

    作为不是由议会管理的公立学校的学院,可以听从地方当局的建议,也可以自己决定是否遵守政府的时间表。

    但是,已经有多家连锁学校的首席执行官表示,学校必须尽快重新开放,以避免对儿童造成“无法弥补的”损害。

    拥有35所小学的Oasis Trust创始人Steve Chalke表示,该信托计划将从6月1日开始接纳更多学生入学,因为他说为学生提供重返校园的机会是“常识”。

    私立学校

    一位独立学校负责人建议,当学校重新开放时,一些私立学校可能会考虑将6年级的学生留在家中。

    拥有600多名会员的预备学校独立协会(Iaps)首席执行官克里斯托弗·金(Christopher King)表示,他希望英格兰的绝大多数会员从6月1日开始对更多学生开放。

    但他说,一些私立学校可能决定对6年级的学生保持关闭,这些学生可以继续在家进行虚拟学习。

    克里斯托弗·金还警告说,如果某些私立学校所在的地方当局建议不要于6月1日重新开放学校,那么这些私立学校可能不会于届时重新开放校园。

    In England, despite widespread criticism, the Government expects pre-school children to be able to return to early years settings, and for Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 pupils to be back in school, from the start of next month.

    Young children could start returning to nurseries and primary schools in England from June 1, with the Government aiming for all primary school pupils to go back for a month before the summer holidays.

    The Government has also said secondary schools and colleges should aim to offer some “face-to-face contact” with Year 10 and 12 students who have key exams next year during the summer term.

    A final decision on whether to go ahead with reopening schools is expected to be taken by the Government on or before May 28 after the most up-to-date scientific evidence has been reviewed.

    Council-run schools

    Ministers have came under growing pressure from councils, predominantly by Labour-run local authorities in the north of England, who have ruled out a wider reopening from June 1.

    It is likely that local authority-run primary schools in England will look closely at what their council has to say before deciding whether to reopen on the first week of June.

    A number of councils, alongside teaching unions, have been calling for the scientific evidence underpinning the decision to reopen schools in England to be published, which is now expected on Friday.

    Academies

    Academies, which are state schools that are not run by councils, could follow the advice of their local authority, or they may make their own decisions on whether to stick to the Government’s time scale.

    But already a number of chief executives of academy chains have said schools must reopen soon to avoid “irreparable” damage to vulnerable children.

    Steve Chalke, founder of the Oasis Trust, which has 35 primary schools, said the trust plans to admit more pupils to its schools from June 1 as he said it is “common sense” to create an opportunity for pupils to return to school.

    Private schools

    Some private schools may consider keeping children in Year 6 at home when schools reopen more widely, an independent school chief has suggested.

    Christopher King, chief executive of the Independent Association of Prep Schools (Iaps), which has more than 600 members, said he expects the vast majority of members in England to reopen to more pupils from June 1.

    But he said some private schools may decide to remain closed to Year 6 pupils who can continue their virtual learning at home.

    Mr King also warned that it may be difficult for some independent schools to open if they are located in local authorities advising against a June 1 reopening.

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