Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 21 August 2020

Primary school becomes first in England to make children’s face masks mandatory

Children at a school in Buckinghamshire will be forced to wear face masks or visors when the return to in September. 

A Primary School in Bletchley has become the first in the country to make face masks mandatory to pupils when they return to school in September.

Premier Academy’s Eaton Mill Primary School revealed the new rules in a newsletter which was reportedly sent to parents on Monday. 

The head of the school has also told parents that they should send their children to Hogwarts if they are not going to take the pandemic seriously. 

Chief executive officer of the Premier Academy’s Eaton Mill Primary School, Warren Harrison, reportedly said in the newsletter that the Government were “doing everything on the hoof”, and that they are acting with “common sense, logic and reason”.

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