As cases rise in South Yorkshire, Wales high school exceeds government advice on mixing and mask wearing
For the second time, pupils at Wales high school in Rotherham start the school year during the Covid pandemic. Unlike their friends at neighbouring schools, they will not be mixing with other year groups or parting with their face masks outside classrooms, as the school has decided to implement safety measures stricter than government requirements.
“The measures give a sense of security and confidence to our staff and our students,” said the school’s headteacher Pepe Di’Iasio. “We’ve got to remember that Covid is still here.”
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