Parents throughout the nation are nonetheless trying to piece collectively all the knowledge after security fears pressured greater than 100 faculties to shut.
Many pupils have been resuming their research on-line or in short-term amenities following fears over a kind of concrete, described as “80 per cent air” and “like an Aero Bar”.
Often known as strengthened autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC), the possibly harmful materials was used to assemble faculties, schools, and different buildings between the Fifties and mid-Seventies within the UK, however has since been discovered to be liable to collapse.
Calls have been made for the Division for Training (DfE) to launch the complete listing of colleges affected – and the shortage of complete info has understandably left confused dad and mom with many questions on what to do subsequent.
How will I do know if my youngster’s college is closed? Why is RAAC on the radar now? Can I get help or assist with homeschooling? And may I take my youngster out of an affected college altogether?
So how possible is it that your youngster’s schooling might be impacted by the chaos outlined above? And what must you do whether it is? Faculties Week editor John Dickens is able to reply all of your questions on this for The Unbiased on Tuesday night (5 September).
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