After months at home during lockdown, many toddlers or early years children have returned to school in England. In Wales, schools reopen on 29 June and in Scotland teachers can return to prepare for the start of the new school year on 11 August.
Having remained with family or carers for so long, and taught to avoid those outside their household, the return to school might be confusing for some young children.
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