Send in your back-to-school questions

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The government has laid out its plans for how all pupils in England can go back to school in September.

But many of you might have some questions about how that will work, or what's happening in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Perhaps you want to know if class sizes will be smaller or bigger? How moving around school might change, or how breaks and playtime will be affected?

Whatever your question, we want to know about it and we'll try to get some answers from an expert.

You can leave a comment below with your question or we'd love you to record a video and send it in to us.

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  • I am in a bubble with 10 other kids in my class. I’m in Y6 and our leavers assembly is possibly going to be on Zoom... it will be really upsetting for me and the people in my bubble. Any words of advice or comfort from anyone would be appreciated 😣 My mum is asking the headteacher if it can be in the park or something which would be a big step up from Zoom.
    Thanks,
    🐈❤️katluver❤️🐈
    Message from Newsround

    We're sorry to hear that you are going through a difficult time. It could really help to talk to someone about how you are feeling. You can confide in any trusted adult such as a parent, relative or teacher, but if there is no one you feel you can speak to, you can call Childline on 0800 11 11 - calls are free, confidential and won't show up on any bill. You can also visit the Childline website at childline.org.uk, and there is a free Childline app you can download called For Me.

    Do try to speak to someone as soon as possible. You might be surprised to find out how much better you feel when you share your feelings.

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