We want to get back to teaching and learning.
We will obviously take time out from the academics for any conversations that need to take place, and there will be a lot of support there.
All in all, we want the kids to reconnect with their friends and classroom teachers, and I think that's going to be the healthiest thing.
More top news
The RSPCA is being criticised over its new welfare standards which permit salmon farmers to kill seals that attack fish stocks.
The persistent Ebola infection that has re-hospitalised British nurse Pauline Cafferkey presents very little risk to others, an expert says.
A group of 'cereal offenders' have made off with £45,000 worth of Kellogg's breakfast bars after stealing a lorry full of the snacks.