Pupils isolating as coronavirus cases confirmed at three more Nottinghamshire schools

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More school children have been asked to self-isolate as cases of coronavirus were confirmed.

One primary school and two secondary schools in Nottinghamshire have had to inform parents and carers about positive cases of coronavirus.

The head teacher at Arnold Hill Academy, Matt Robertson, said in a statement that a student who had been tested for Covid-19 received a positive result.

Students identified as having been in contact with the pupil have been asked to self isolate and all parents have been informed. The school remains open.

Mr Robertson said: “Staff at Arnold Hill have worked hard to welcome students back to the academy and have put in arrangements to ensure children and staff are

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