There are a number of “concerning reports” that school students across Derbyshire are not wearing face coverings on buses, a council has said.
Derbyshire County Council has sent a message to all school leaders in the county to raise the concern.
It says that parents and bus operators have been in touch over the issue, with students at secondary school either not wearing face coverings, not sanitising their hands or not sitting in year group bubbles.
This is despite face coverings being a legal requirement on public transport.
The council has previously said that school bus drivers can refuse to take pupils not wearing face coverings.
This also comes after Kevin Gritton, head teacher at
link source - Derby Telegraph