You can read short summaries about these on the Contact and Council for Disabled Children websites.
This is also mentioned on IPSEA’s “update on COVID-19, school closures and SEN provision” page, along with many other relevant information.
You can view the full government guidance for the reopening of schools and other educational settings at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers/reopening-schools-and-other-educational-settings-from-1-june, which contains answers to the following questions:
- Why can more children now attend school and childcare settings?
- What does the latest scientific advice say?
- Can my child return to school?
- What if my child is eligible but has siblings who are not?
- How will risks to children, teachers and families be managed?
- If my child is eligible, is it compulsory for them to attend school?
- Do all vulnerable children and young people who are not currently attending have to go back to childcare settings, school or college now?
- Should I keep my child at home if they have an underlying health condition or live with someone in a clinically vulnerable group?
- Can children be tested for the virus?
- What happens if there is a confirmed case of coronavirus in my child’s school, college or childcare setting?
- Will education be provided as normal to children and young people who are attending?
- How should my child travel to and from their childcare, school or college?
- Will school meals be available for children and young people who are in school?
- Will childcare, schools and colleges keep their usual opening hours?