I feel my daughter has been ripped off.

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There is no blame or finger-pointing going on in our home. We know that everyone from the Government to teachers and the parents themselves are doing their best to prevent the spread of coronavirus and to keep the schools operating and their children learning the best way they can.

However, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to feel positive about my child’s final year of primary school when I have no reassurance or clear idea myself what to tell her — other than that we have to take it one day at a time.

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I felt so confident for her going into this school year; that all my anxieties about sending her to school at age four washed away knowing she made it to Year 6 alongside her peers.

Now, I’m…

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