If the announcements of Edouard Philippe and Jean-Michel Blanquer accelerate the return to students' schools, some will not be able to be accommodated in their school, due to the limited number of children per class or the lack of resources to enforce the strict health protocol.

The announcements of Edouard Philippe on Thursday specified the conditions for the return of students to schools. All schools must be open from June 2, with a maximum of 15 students per class. To ensure the reception of all despite this very low threshold, Jean-Michel Blanquer, Minister of National Education, has planned the establishment of "complementary" activities, sporting or cultural, for example. However, in the field, many establishments could keep doors closed, and parents find themselves without solutions.

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Not before September for some schools

Laure, mother of two children aged 6 and 9, in the Val de Marne, had a glimmer of hope when hearing the announcements of the Minister of Education. "We listened to them in the car and just at the same time, we received the school email informing us that it was not possible for our children, because they were not given priority," says the mother of family. Indeed, for some schools, the date of June 2 cannot be held. 

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"We will not be able to welcome children from CE1, CE2 and CM1 before September", indicates the school's communication. The reason given: the health protocol is still just as strict. "The only thing the school tells us is that they have a proof for our employer at our disposal," adds Laure.

Deconfining children in their heads

Reopening schools by Tuesday, it seems impossible for this kindergarten director of Aulnay-Sous-Bois, elected SNUipp FSU , Emilie Garcia. "If we are looking at the week of 8, this could be possible if there are the resources to clean up, if there are the human resources to welcome the students in terms of teachers", enumerates t -she. "It's been a lot if ..."


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At the Ministry of Education, it is specified that the objective is that the pupil reviews at least once his class, his office, before the end of the school year, "to deconfine the children in their heads" as they say pediatricians. And to dispel a misunderstanding: on the other hand, there is no question of guaranteeing a continuous reception before the end of June.