Trouble is, the catering staff are there to provide lunches for the kids whose parents are working...Absolutely, perhaps if the school had an AM session and a PM session - school meals would not have to be provided thus saving the need to provide a meal in school - that would surely had allowed a team of cleaners to blast through and sanitise before the PM session?
My wife is a "dinner lady" (I can't call her that, as she does a hell of a lot more than just cooking!), and the majority of kids that are in her school are there because their parents are working, although most of them are not "key" workers.
In my opinion, if these staff have to go in to work, they should be far nearer the top of the vaccination list than they are.
My good lady is in her 50's, had pneumonia twice, but the school have given her a predicted vaccination date of "early summer".
She is just as much at risk at all the older folk that have already been given the jab...