Growing numbers of schools from all corners of the country, from London to Lancashire, are informing parents that children can arrive later than usual on Monday morning so they can watch England face off against Italy.
Several teachers have pointed to Sunday's final, England's biggest game in more than half a century, as an 'historic moment' and a 'learning opportunity' for schoolchildren.
After more than 27million viewers tuned in to watch the Three Lions triumph over Denmark in the semi-finals, broadcasters are expecting a similar boom in figures for England's first major international final in 55 years.
As schools prepare for a later start, there has been a number of calls for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to give the nation an unexpected Bank Holiday boost should England lift the trophy on Sunday evening.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Flakefleet Primary School pupils appeared on BBC Breakfast and were praised by many viewers. They've been told they can come in later on Monday morning after Sunday's Euro 2020 final against Italy
The school, in Fleetwood, Lancs, dreamt up their own version of a popular football chant as a way to support the England team in Euro 2020 for all of their matches
Growing numbers of educational institutions in London, Leeds, Lancashire, North Yorkshire, County Durham, West Midlands, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire, Hertfordshire, Herefordshire, and Berkshire have said children don't have to arrive until 10.30am so they can stay up late to watch Sunday's 'cultural event'.
Teachers are promising parents and pupils they won't miss any actual learning time should they arrive late on Monday.
The headteacher of Salcombe Primary School, Andy Pugsley, has told parents in the wealthy coastal town: 'School will start at 8:40am but children arriving up to 10:30 won't be marked as late, and they won't miss any lessons.'
Rossmere Primary School in Hartlepool told parents and carers in a Facebook post that the clash against Italy is 'a learning opportunity' for the children, saying: 'We