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The last-minute change by ministers follows Scotland's decision to switch to teachers' predicted grades.
Physical distancing among students is not required but hand sanitisers and one-way systems is the norm.
The struggle to balance social distancing with the emotional need to celebrate and commiserate.
National Union of Students says Scotland's exam changes must be applied to A-levels for fairness.
The Scottish government u-turn follows an outcry over the downgrading of 125,000 results.
With uncertainty over replacement grades, universities are told to wait for the outcome of appeals.
Schools in the Borders and Shetland will be the first to reopen after the coronavirus lockdown.
The first minister accepts her government "did not get it right" with the system for calculating pupils' grades.
Boris Johnson says he is "very keen" that exams should go ahead as normal in the coming year.
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The education secretary says a new coronavirus study supports the government decision to reopen schools.
There has been a large increase in students applying for emergency help since lockdown.
The education secretary is to make a statement on Tuesday after the row over exam grading.
Boris Johnson wants schools in England to be the last sector to close in any future local lockdowns.
Some opposition parties are calling for John Swinney to resign over the handling of exam grades.
The exam regulator adds greater rights of appeal amid concerns about unfair results in the pandemic.
The government's latest funding plan could "disproportionately benefit schools in better-off areas".
It comes as a former vice-chancellor says universities face a "perfect storm".
A health visitor reported worrying signs of "squalor" at the four-year-old's home days before.
A lack of information from universities will pose a "further risk to lives", the NUS warns.