IF I WANTED to follow the GBD ‘strategy’ and allow all lower age groups to become infected in the pursuit of herd immunity via infection, I would;

1. Mandate school attendance for all.
2. Not allow mask use
3. Not vaccinate children
4. Not monitor or improve ventilation
5. Not reduce class sizes to allow for social distancing
6. Allow close contacts of positive cases to attend school
7. Not inform parents of positive cases in the school
8. Not allow blended or remote learning
9. State children are rarely affected by a covid infection

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More from @HoppySaul

14 Sep
I’m f🤬🤬🤬ing raging!

My youngest had an asthma episode last night, quite mild, just the feeling like someone was sat on his chest.

He had an interrupted nights sleep, so said he was tired this morning. No temperature and said he wanted to go to school.

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I called the school after dropping him off to let them know he’d had asthma issues last night and to keep an eye on him today. He had PE so I wanted to make sure staff were aware. Receptionist said she’d emailed deep support so someone would check in with him.
2/
Of course he said when he came home no one came and asked if he was feeling okay all day @NETWalbottle

That’s a different matter
3/
Read 7 tweets
13 Sep
Recent Supreme Court decision in R(A) v Home Secretary [2021] UKSC 37, which enables Government guidance or policy documents themselves to be judicially reviewed.

@GoodLawProject
"the court will intervene when a public authority has, by issuing a policy, positively authorised or approved unlawful conduct by others. In that sort of case, it can be said that the public authority has acted unlawfully by undermining the rule of law in a direct…
and unjustified way. In this limited but important sense, public authorities have a general duty not to induce violations of the law by others."

@educationgovuk oh dear, oh dear!
Read 4 tweets
12 Sep
Take a look at your loved ones now, in 15 weeks how many of them will be here?

How many of them will have been infected & NOT returned to pre-infection health?
Last yr my then 14 yr old son spent his Christmas ill after being infected in school and took 5 months to return to full health

What will another infection do to him?
What about my youngest asthmatic son?
What will a covid infection do to him?
Read 4 tweets
12 Sep
I think you are missing the point. We are PUBLICLY stating WE HAVE NO CONFIDENCE IN THIS GOVERNMENT, that’s it.

This isn’t an official parliamentary petition.

This is a social media post asking if anyone else also has no confidence in the Government.

#NoConfidenceVote
What do YOU seek to achieve by telling people that they shouldn’t bother speaking out on this platform?

What does it achieve by telling people to put up and shit up until a general election?

Are you aware of all of the other actions @hivetosurvive are undertaking?
Are you aware of @SafeEdForAll_UK and their weekly show on @SocialistTelly ?

Are you aware of the parent declaration?

Are you aware of the Hive members’ involvement with @ZeroCovidNow1 and @ZeroCovAlliance ?

Are you aware of the Hive Live weekly updates?
Read 5 tweets
12 Sep
Could it possibly mean that school leadership teams with whom the decision to temporarily close has always rested with (norovirus, snow, hearing failures etc) will now be able to make the decision to temporarily close?

If so is this not a good thing? news.sky.com/story/covid-19…
If a school leadership team believes the numbers of children/staff infected warrant moving to remote educating for a time can they do so without the vindictive threats from @GavinWilliamson that Greenwich faced last December?
Failure to act swiftly, if cases rise, will of course mean it will be individual HTs and LAs facing legal action from parents and staff - not @educationgovuk

Is this another attempt to absolve themselves of responsibility and place all ‘blame’ onto individual school leaders?
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