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Back to school: Two educational psychologists say narrative of ‘lost learning’ and ‘catch up’ should be avoided

Back to school: Two educational psychologists say narrative of ‘lost learning’ and ‘catch up’ should be avoided

Back to school: Two educational psychologists say narrative of ‘lost learning’ and ‘catch up’ should be avoided

On Monday morning the school bells will ring once more and pupils in P1 to P3 will be welcomed back through the gates and into face-to-face teaching.

By March 22, Years 12-14 will also be back in the classroom. If everything goes to plan, the Executive hopes all pupils will be back after the Easter holidays.

But they return with a warning from two educational psychologists that the narrative of "lost learning" and "catch up" must be avoided.


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