Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford told Good Morning Britain he would like to see Year 6 pupils and children facing exams next year back at school before the summer holidays.

Schools in Wales are currently open for vulnerable children and the children of key workers but "new cohorts" will not be brought into schools on June 1, he said.

Mr Drakeford said the Welsh Government would be speaking to parents and staff so they knew everything had been done to make the school environment safe and give them "confidence to return".

"We'd like to take a bit longer to do that, we think it will pay off in the end and that's the nature of the way that we would do things in Wales," Mr Drakeford said.