In a statement the district council said: "Most schools are on an inset day today (Monday) but a number of headteachers have decided they will not be able to fully open tomorrow, as they will not have enough staff available to reopen safely due to union advice".
However, it is expected all other schools will be asked to closed for the rest of the month.
That means that we can and should encourage schools to stay open where they can.
Some schools have opted to close completely, whilst others will still be open to vulnerable pupils and children of key workers.
"That's a confusing picture for school leaders and families alike".
Primary schools across the Diss Express area made a decision to remain shut today.
DEVON'S education chief has pledged full support to school leaders for any "difficult decision" over opening on health and safety grounds.
The letter outlines the debate which is ongoing between teaching unions and the Government regarding the reopening of schools. She said: "We had initially given schools flexibility in the first two weeks of term to decide when to reopen based on local circumstances".
Halfon called on the government to work with schools and Ofsted to "make sure that ... the disadvantaged do not suffer the most from the loss of learning".
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Telling schools to switch to remote learning was "the fearless decision the government was not willing to face", Brighton & Hove City Council has said.
Diss Infant Academy And Nursery - Open to children of key workers and vulnerable pupils.
Appearing on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday morning, Mr Johnson said: "Schools are safe".
Primary pupils are to be taught remotely for the week from 4-8 January, while for secondary school Years 8 to 11, remote learning is due to last for the entire month.
The union, which represents the majority of teachers, has advised its members it is not safe to return to classrooms on Monday. "My view is that ideally exams would take place in at least core subjects, but if pupils from exam years are missing school further, then we should move to centre-assessed grades".
Six hospital trusts will be the first to administer the vaccine before the bulk of supplies are sent to hundreds of GP-led services to be rolled out, according to NHS England. There were 252 new cases reported on January 2, according to latest figures.
"So you can imagine why people in the NHS are anxious about how quickly this virus is spreading", he added.
Next week, secondary schools will stay shut while staff set up asymptomatic testing facilities for the planned return of all pupils on January 18.
In Northern Ireland, ministers were meeting to discuss their response to the growing crisis.