It may be August but half a million children across England have still been in the classroom this summer. They are taking part in week-long summer schools to help students catch up on lost learning.

The government has set aside £200m from its education recovery fund to pay for it, but Labour says it’s not enough and that a similar number of pupils won’t get any catch-up support this summer.



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