Andrea Roach shares news from India.

When Hunar Ghar School in Rajasthan, India closed due to Covid-19, staff reacted very quickly, organising smaller classes remotely in community settings or at home. The long-term impact of the pandemic on children’s learning is extremely concerning and the year ahead is of critical importance to get children re-engaged with their education. With this in mind the school has organised a range of learning opportunities, including outdoor classes grouped by ability to enable students to make progress at their level, home ...


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