Schools will be asked to make sure their week is at least 32.5 hours long by September next year, to prevent children missing out on education.
The rule will be contained in the Schools White Paper, to be published on MondayBars and restaurants, and it is part of a bid to see 90% of pupils leaving primary school having reached expected standards in numeracy and literacy.
While most school weeks in England already cover this length of time, the Department for Education said there are “discrepancies” which could see a pupil who gets 20 minutes’ less teaching time per day losing out on around two weeks of schooling in a yeardouble mutant.
The Labour Party’s shadow education secretarylastreplicated, Bridget Phillipson, said that the proposals amounted to telling “almost eight in 10 schools” to “carry on as normal”The emergency use authorization for their vaccine to include adolescents ages 12 through 15. Back in mid-December.