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Around 17 per cent of pupils in Lincolnshire attending school in third national lockdown

Around 17 per cent of children are attending school in Lincolnshire for face-to-face lessons this week due to the Covid-19 disruption and national lockdown restrictions, council bosses revealed.

This compares to November’s lockdown that saw over 90 per cent of children attending in Lincolnshire - as schools were allowed to be open for all pupils, not just for essential workers’ children.

The third lockdown has delayed children going back to school after the Christmas holidays, only permitting vulnerable children and those of key workers to attend. All other children have to learn remotely until February half term.

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