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A total of £720m will help ensure "no child is left behind" due to the pandemic, Boris Johnson says.
Dean Williamson had a seizure while his son was taking part in a school lesson over Zoom.
The BBC speaks to pupils, staff and parents at a school as they ready for in-person learning again.
Parents and teachers react as it is announced that all schools in England will reopen from 8 March.
Pupils in secondary schools in England will be required to wear masks in class.
The announcement comes as the youngest pupils in Wales go back to class in a phased return.
Will all pupils be back on 8 March and what are the plans for testing, masks, exams and catch-up?
Schools across the country have been closed to the vast majority of pupils since December.
The British Psychological Society warns against reinforcing the notion that school pupils are "behind".
Teachers' unions call for a phased return to school in England to avoid a spike in infections.
The women who helped friends and relations in the Aids crisis when the disease was still a taboo.
Lord Wharton is also a paid adviser to an energy firm trying to build through a university's land.
All primary schools could reopen fully if Covid cases continue to fall, under Welsh Government plans.
The logistics of Covid testing all pupils will mean a phased return in secondary school, say heads.
Figures show there has been a 32% increase in applications for nursing courses at UK universities.
The attackers shouted racist slurs and played pornography during the University of Edinburgh event.
England's children's commissioner calls on Boris Johnson to put them "centre stage" of his plans.
The pandemic has meant most students have been unable to go to lectures - so should they get a refund?
Pupils in P1 to P3 and pre-school children will go back from 22 February, it has been confirmed.
The first minister has said she is "very keen" to proceed with a phased return to more normal schooling.