Schools in some parts of Yorkshire are dealing with reports of rising levels of domestic violence and food poverty as the coronavirus lockdown continues to take its toll.

The headteacher at one school in Leeds says she has had to call police and social workers in some cases due to concerns for children's wellbeing in recent weeks.

It comes as communities and charities rally to keep families stimulated and safe through play activities and food parcel handouts ahead of the partial reopening of many schools on June 1.

In the second of a series of special reports on Lives in Lockdown, Jonathan Brown has been speaking to teachers and families about schooling under the stress of the coronavirus crisis.

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