I’m only doing online lessons with my sixth form A Level classes as they are small so it’s easy to manage. They’ve also chosen to study maths at this level so they’re much more willing to put in the effort. I couldn’t imagine running one with 30 students! The other classes I’ve been setting work for, usually online that marks itself and then I’m checking that they’re doing it. I’m available throughout the day and I often get messages from them asking how to do specific questions. Through Microsoft Teams I am able to see assignment that they can submit and I can mark and leave feedback, which I plan on doing after the Easter Holidays are over. It’s a nightmare honestly, it would be much easier to actually be in school. What people who think schools should reopen don’t consider is that if you have numerous staff off because they’ve got the virus or they are high risk, it becomes impossible to run the school on a day to day basis. I work at a large school of around 1200 students and almost 100 teachers. Before we were closed by the government, we had around 11 members of staff off. We had to start by saying to certain Year groups they would no be able to come to school because it was the only way we could deal with staff being off. So for the final few days we actually only had Year 7, 10 and 12 in school, which is less than half of the year groups.