Why everyone's confused and angry about the start of school
If you have a child about to start school, or who is going back after the holidays, you may be feeling a bit uncertain about the first weeks and months ahead. Parents have been told they will need to give their kids Rapid Antigen Tests, but many still haven't heard from their schools as to when these will be available. Many still fear that the directive to keep kids home if they have any symptoms equates to more weeks in isolation and time off work. Gabbie Stroud is a former primary school teacher and the author of several books about teaching and the school community. She explains why some schools are struggling to be ready for the first day, and how we as parents can manage this uncertain time for our kids. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.