Students at a Stoke-on-Trent school are self-isolating after a positive coronavirus case.
The Arbourfield Drive school says they will be educated remotely until this coming Friday when they can return to classrooms.
It becomes the latest school across the area to report a positive coronavirus case after 15 others reported risks.
In a letter, principal Louise Brammer said: “We are working closes with Stoke-on-Trent City Council and Public Health England, and together we will continue to implement the advice of public health experts to prevent the spread of the virus.
“I understand that you may be concerned, but please be assured that we will always show caution when dealing with Covid-related matters in order to keep our students and staff as safe as possible.”
The school has now urged anyone who thinks they could have come into contact with a coronavirus case to self-isolate and follow the public guidelines.
NHS guidelines say anyone who comes into contact with a positive coronavirus case should stay at home for 14 days while anyone who has symptoms should get a test.