Pupil's 'too cold to concentrate'
Updated: Mar 31
Whilst the British Medical Journal reports that "Headlines play down the gravity of covid-19 in children". The UK Government's advice to Heads of schools to minimise the spread of Covid-19 amongst children and staff, suggests 'teachers should open external windows and internal doors to improve natural ventilation'. It is proving difficult advice to follow as UK January temperatures plummet leaving pupils and teachers 'too cold to concentrate'.
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British Medical Journal: Headlines play down the gravity of covid-19 in children