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From homeschooling to endless walks, our lockdown photo album shares readers' standout memories from the past 12 months.
Here’s what could happen in UK schools as we prepare to come out of lockdown.
If homeschooling is going to continue until after Easter, parents need to know now, writes Lauren Crosby Medlicott.
“They can ask for that and (it) should be taken seriously,” Boris Johnson’s press secretary, Allegra Stratton, tells reporters.
Joe Wicks is back – and so are plenty of other virtual teachers to help your family.
Look after yourself as well as the kids and give yourself a break sometimes – in every sense.
Government guidance says all children must return to school – or face potential fines.
Black communities have a long tradition of supplementing their kids' schooling to combat systematic racism.
The radio DJ and TV presenter talks wellbeing, homeschooling and saying goodbye to the uncertainty of youth.
Fighting for internet access, studying through the night and using food banks to make ends meet. One parent shares the struggle of coping with the lockdown while in poverty.
From Black history lessons to cookery classes, families are embracing the longer-term benefits of homeschooling.
Struggling with home-schooling? It's time to get messy – and have fun while you're doing it.
Labour leader his out as new studies show homeschooling is widening inequalities.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke about royal life during lockdown, from homeschooling the kids to Prince Charles' Covid-19 diagnosis.
We're coping so far, but the idea of continuing after schools reopen fills me with horror.
"Homeschooling day 7: The PE teacher is not wearing a bra."
Here are some alternatives if you *shock* get bored of Joe – from maths and English, to music and Spanish.
This community offers some of the most supportive and tolerant people in the UK. Amid coronavirus, we are here for you, writes Jai Breitnauer.
Not being in the classroom again doesn't mean they have to stop learning.
"I think home educated kids are better at socialising than other kids because they’re out and about talking to other people all the time."