I found this in the Guardian. I'm still quite confused by what should be happening.
'With just half of all schools open to reception, year one and year six pupils last week, Williamson acknowledged that full opening of primaries this term would not be possible, as the requirements of social distancing are too difficult.
will be permitted to open to more age groups if they have space but not all have the facilities to keep children to classes of 15 pupils and maintain social distancing.
“We believe this cautious, phased return is the most sensible course of action to take. While we are not able to welcome all primary children back for a full month before the summer we continue to work with the sector on the next steps where we would like to see schools that have the capacity bring back more children to do so before the summer holidays,” Williamson said. “We will be working to bring all children back to school in September … Exams will take place next year.”
https://www.theguardian.com/education/2 ... n-business