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Pupils, parents and staff at Barnack Primary School praised by head teacher for their lockdown learning

The head of a village primary school has praised staff, parents and pupils for the way they coped with teaching and learning under lockdown.

Colette Firth-Wigglesworth, executive head of Barnack Primary School, said about 130 of the 160 pupils had returned for the final few weeks of term before the summer holidays began this week, but that no time had been wasted between March and July.

“For the two weeks before March 20, when lockdown began, we could see what might happen and so teachers spent some of that time planning for lessons online,” said Mrs Firth-Wigglesworth.

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