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How have after-school clubs adapted in the United Kingdom post-March lockdown? / Peter King

Journal of Childhood, Education & Society, Volume: 2, Issue: 2, Pages: 106 - 116

Swansea University Author: Peter King

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When the first Lockdown in the UK was introduced in March 2020, children's services including after-school clubs were affected. When all were allowed to re-open in July 2020 this study looked at how after-school clubs had to adapt to Covid-19 restrictions.

Published in: Journal of Childhood, Education & Society
ISSN: 2717-638X
Published: Journal of Childhood, Education and Society 2021
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