Teachers and parents: share your thoughts on face coverings in UK schools

Secondary school pupils in Scotland have been advised to wear face coverings if it is impossible to physically distance, from Monday. The Scottish education secretary has underlined that it is not mandatory and nobody should be sent home for not wearing one.

We want to hear from teachers and parents across the UK on whether they or their children will be wearing face coverings in school.

Share your experiences

If you are choosing to wear a face covering, what are your reasons for doing so? Is your school happy for people to wear them? If it is not, will you be wearing one regardless? If you are a parent, will your child be wearing one?

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