How to handle being a teacher on the move

With year-group “bubbles” likely to be the way forward for secondary schools, at least in the first term, teachers will have to get used to moving around their sites more than they might have done.

Many secondary schools and sixth forms are planning to “zone” students into specific parts of their site, so teachers may find themselves having to go to the learners to teach, rather than the children

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