Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume.WatchDuration: 35 seconds35s Premier Daniel Andrews says remote learning in lockdown areas will be in place for the duration of the restrictions.ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelVictorian state school students from prep to year 10 in lockdown zones will return to remote learning from July 20 as coronavirus cases continue to climb.Key points:The Premier says returning to home learning in metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire will stop movement around the communitySpecialist school and VCE students will return to the classroom as normal from next weekThose returning to school will not be required to wear masks in the classroomThe state's total number of active cases stands at 1,484 and the newest cases include hospital workers and public housing residents.Premier Daniel Andrews acknowledged the return to home learning would be challenging for many parents but said there was "simply no alternative"."We can't have the best part of 700,000 students as well as parents moving to and from school, moving around the community, as if there wasn't a stay-at-home order, as if there wasn't a lockdown," he said.Prep to year 10 students who attend school in Metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire will go back to home learning until at least August 19, Mr Andrews said.Coronavirus live news: Follow all the latest information in our blog.Year 11 and 12 students, year 10 students doing VCE subjects and children at specialist schools will resume face-to-face learning for term three from tomorrow.Schools outside the restricted areas will operate normally, and students will be able to attend regardless of where they live.While the Government's decision only directly affects state schools, it is expected most private schools will follow suit.Independent Schools Victoria, representing more than 200 member schools, has encouraged its members to follow the advice of the Chief Health Officer.Free kindergarten for eligible families and extra supportStay up-to-date on the coronavirus outbreakDownload the ABC News app and subscribe to our range of news alerts for the latest on how the pandemic is impacting the worldChildren of essential workers and vulnerable children will have the option to return to school, as they did during the last lockdown.This time, parents of children with a disability will also have the option of sending their kids to school for face-to-face learning when required."It could be five days a week, it could be two days a week, it could be half a day a week, to provide a bit of respite," Education Minister James Merlino said. Students outside of the locked-down areas will resume classes in person.(ABC News: Tim Swanston)Mr Merlino said students with a disability who did not receive the Program for Students with Disabilities funding would be eligible."There are tens of thousands of kids who have additional needs that at the moment don't receive that funding," he said."So we've got the broadest step possible,
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