Leicester college won't write home every time there is a confirmed coronavirus case

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The principal of a Leicester college has told parents and pupils he won't be writing home every time a coronavirus case is confirmed.

‘Robust’ measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus meant that only a ‘very small number of potential contacts’ were asked to self-isolate after two confirmed cases at Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College.

Consistent seating plans, minimising ‘unnecessary informal student contact’ and curriculum class bubbles are some of the things that the college's principal, Paul Wilson said has helped to keep disruption to pupils at a minimum.

In a letter addressed to students, parents and carers, he said: “During our first week we had to apply these procedures in two separate isolated

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