MOST people who took part in an Isle of Wight County Press Facebook poll think it is too early to send children in three years of primary school back to the classroom on 1st June.

Of around 3,600 votes cast, eighty per cent said it was too soon.

The remaining twenty per cent said the structure would be good for them and it was time for them to go back.

Scroll down to find out how to ask a question to Isle of Wight Council's education lead Paul Brading in a Facebook Live interview on Friday. 

Schools across the UK shut in March, due to the coronavirus pandemic, however many have remained partially open to care for the children of key workers.

Read more: Coronavirus: Isle of Wight Schools to close

The government is now calling for pupils in years six and one, as well as in reception, to return to school after half term.

Isle of Wight County Press:

A number of councils across the country have criticised the plans.

On the Isle of Wight, County Hall's cabinet member for children's services Cllr Paul Brading said it would only happen if it was safe to do so.

When Cllr Brading spoke to the Isle of Wight County Press yesterday, he revealed what class could look like for those asked to return next month.

Read more: School reopening: Isle of Wight Councillor explains more

Questions for Councillor Paul Brading? The County Press will be hosting a Facebook Live session on Friday, at 12pm. Email your question to and write 'schools' in the subject.