Almost all school students can return to school after the Easter holidays in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
Most children in Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland will return to school after the Easter holidays as non-essential shops, gyms, hairdressers and more re-open in England and hospitality can serve people outside.
Some students in schools in Scotland, Wales and Ireland returned last term, but others continued to learn remotely. Different year groups were affected in different ways in the countries.
Scottish primary school children returned to school in March and secondary schools were able to offer remote learning and some in-school teaching. Pupils taking national qualifications had priority for face-to-face lessons in school. From the start of the summer term [times vary across local authorities], all school students will return except those on the shielding list who are advised to stay at home until 26th April.
In Wales, from mid-March primary pupils and those in qualifications years returned to school and schools were given the flexibility to bring year 10 and 12 learners back and to colleges, but from the start of the summer term all students are able to return.
Pre-school and some primary students returned to school in Northern Ireland on 8th March and older secondary school students returned later in March. However, pupils in years 4-7 in primaries and years 8-11 in post-primaries are now returning.
Meanwhile, in England from this week all shops, hairdressers, beauty salons and other close-contact services can open and restaurants and pubs are allowed to serve food and alcohol to customers sitting outdoors. Gyms and spas can also reopen, as can zoos, theme parks, libraries and community centres.