Teaching unions accuse the government of burying head in sand over next summer's exams
Face-to-face lessons could end early so students have time to isolate ahead of Christmas break.
There has been another rise in Covid-19 cases in schools - with secondary schools worst hit.
Boris Johnson said funding changes are required to help people find jobs in the post-Covid economy.
England's Children Commissioner calls for package to tackle a "rising tide of childhood vulnerability".
But students are assured they will be able to return home for Christmas holidays.
Sylvain Helaine says a parent complained their three year old had nightmares after seeing him.
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The party also calls for a guarantee from ministers that students will be allowed home at Christmas.
The coronavirus pandemic means it is a "particularly difficult time to be young", says Prince Charles.
Children's Commissioner suggests hundreds of thousands pupils are at home with pandemic-related issues.
Schools in disadvantaged areas could be "badly placed" for funding, says Institute for Fiscal Studies.
School attendance figures for England show big rise in pupils sent home because of Covid-19 incidents.
Facing "unsustainable" absences, teachers say the government has not kept its promises on testing.
Schools in England can now order testing kits from the NHS directly, says the education secretary.
Lessons carry on in one Darlington primary, even if some classes are being taught by video-link.
Most parents sent their children back to school but now Covid test shortages threaten attendance.
Schools are adopting measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus and keep pupils safe.
The BBC speaks to parents to discover how they feel as they take their children back to school.
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