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Have your say: Parents divided over letting children be tested on return to school

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Get the M.E.N.'s Manchester Family newsletter for all the latest from back to school news to ways to entertain the kids Secondary schools have once again had to set up test centres to screen pupils returning to school.

The government has said that students should be tested twice, three to five days apart, in the first week or so of term, to identify any positive cases as they head back to class.

They're then being asked to test twice a week from home until the end of September, when it will be reviewed. But testing has always been controversial, even more so where children are concerned, and it's clear that parents are somewhat divided on the issue.

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