Coronavirus: Most out-of-school clubs can stay open in lockdown

Nicole Weinstein
Friday, November 6, 2020

The Out of School Alliance has published a summary of new guidelines for breakfast and after-school clubs, most of which will be able to continue to operate during England's four-week lockdown.

Extra-curricular clubs, such as art, can stay open if they operate before- or after-school, because many parents use them for childcare and they are considered an extension to the school day
Extra-curricular clubs, such as art, can stay open if they operate before- or after-school, because many parents use them for childcare and they are considered an extension to the school day

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