Children “have no space to recover” when restricted to summer: Campaign Group

The UK government has been warned by campaign group Play England that children “have no room to recover” if the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus restrictions are not lifted in the summer.

As British students approached the end of the semester, Play England said, “It’s really important to think about summer.”

under Current government guidelinesOnly up to 30 people can participate in organized parent-child groups, registered childcare, and supervised activities.

Not only does this rule limit the number of organized activities, but it also makes some activities economically infeasible.

“At this time, we can’t hold traditional summer camps,” Andy Robinson of the trade group UK Outdoors told The Telegraph.

Robinson said the government should “take a wise approach” and admit that outdoor summer camps are well ventilated.

Play England chair Anita Grant told The Telegraph that it doesn’t make sense to focus solely on the semester.

“It’s really great if the government comes out clearly and says children are allowed freedom during the summer. They just ignore it and focus on the semester,” she said. It was.

“When children are restricted and managed during the summer, they have no room for recovery,” she added.

“Giving children free play this summer will improve their well-being and reduce their sense of isolation.”

TheĀ· Latest official figure At the show, announced Tuesday, more than 375,000 students (about 1 in 20) returned home last week. This was mainly due to contact with school friends who tested positive for the CCP virus.

The school organizes students into various groups called “bubbles” and sends them home bubbles for 10 days if they are positive for the CCP virus. You may be told that the entire class or annual group is at home.

John Jolly, CEO of Parentkind, told the NTD that it was “very difficult” for parents.

“It both causes problems of all kinds to working parents,” Jolly said.

“It only puts a lot of pressure on parents trying to balance work from home with school education … and there is a lot of uncertainty.”

School Standards Minister Nick Gibb said on Tuesday that the government is trying daily tests rather than self-isolating students who come into contact with positive cases.

Mr Gibb said the trial is expected to end on Wednesday and the government will review the data.

Jolly said his parents thought they “welcome any changes.” This means that more children will be able to stay in the classroom in the next semester.

Asked if his parents were happy with the daily tests, Jolly said he was divided.

“Approximately 70% of parents want their children to go back to school. No tests, no social distance, no face masks,” he told NTD.

“And 30 percent of parents [were] It will tell you the exact opposite. They want everything, “he added.

Rachel de Souza of the Children’s Commission of England said it was urgent for children to return to normal as the blockade restrictions were “real trauma” for many young people.

NTD reporters Jane Wellel and PA contributed to this report.

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