Why primary school is staying open after pupil tests positive for coronavirus

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A Nottinghamshire primary school has been told it can remain open to all children after a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.

A letter seen by Nottinghamshire Live was sent to all parents and guardians of St Peter's Church of England Junior School in Ruddington after a pupil tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday (September 11).

Headteacher Michael Bradley explained in the letter that a child in Year 3 had contracted the virus and it was reported "immediately" to Public Health England who investigated.

But due to confirmation the child did not attend school during "the infectious period", the school has been told by PHE that it can remain open to all pupils who feel well.

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