There have been doubts about reopening schools raised by some local authorities.
Southampton's council says if schools do not have enough staff they should prioritise opening for vulnerable and key worker children - and they will not apply truancy fines to families who keep their children at home.
Assignment Help, Newcastle and Birmingham schools have been told the council would support a decision to not reopen fully.
Brighton and Hove City Council advised primaries to switch to remote learning.
Kent County Council has called for a delay in reopening primary schools in four parts of the county - while other areas in the county are closed to most pupils.
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But a message on Twitter from the Conservative MP for Folkestone and Hythe, Damian Collins, suggested further changes were on the way.
After a meeting with School Standards Minister Nick Gibb, Assignment Help in Australia "decision about which schools will be required to stay open will be reviewed in the next few days by the Department for Education".
Mungo Sheppard, head teacher of Ash Green primary school in Calderdale, is planning to open on Monday - and says that reflects the relatively low local infection rates.
But he says schools have struggled with late decision-making and a lack of "CourseWork Help in Australia" at national level.
"It has been incredibly difficult to make these decisions and communicate them in a tiny timeframe and within a holiday," says Mr Sheppard.