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  1. The Prime Minister has outlined plans to loosen lockdown for what he hopes will be the final time., starting with socially distanced reopening of all schools and colleges from March 8th. Pupils will be able to return to school, much to the relief of parents who have been struggling to balance home schooling with work, although secondary schools will still be required to wear a mask in classrooms for the foreseeable future unless the 2 metre social distancing rules can be applied. They will still be required to wear them in all communal areas. With infections rates continuing to fall
  2. Parents driving children to school are being urged to park legally, safely and considerately ahead of new CCTV enforcement from Monday September 21. Salford City Council will install new CCTV cameras outside four schools next week to crackdown on drivers who put children’s lives at risk. The cameras will move around known danger hotspots and those caught breaking the law will be sent a £70 penalty charge, reduced to £35 if paid within 14 days. Councillor David Lancaster, lead member for environment and community safety, said if drivers park legally, safely and considerately t
  3. As nervous Salford students awaken to discover their GCSE results this morning, it has been revealed that there has been an increase of 2% on last years grades with 56% of pupils achieving good GCSE passes in both English and Mathematics. Councillor Lisa Stone, lead member for children’s and young people’s services at Salford City Council, said: Congratulations to all students on their results, if you did not get the results you wanted then don't worry too much, there are many options still available to you. For advice on what to do next please see www.thestudentroom.co.uk/gc
  4. Developers paid out £3.2 million in Section 106 (S106) contributions last financial year which are designed to mitigate the impact of their development and just over £1 million of that money came from clawback agreements. Councillor Derek Antrobus, lead member for planning and sustainable development, said: However, some would disagree: http://www.salfordstar.com/article.asp?id=4641 Main Photo: SV Stock
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