Nottinghamshire parents want schools to close after rise in classroom coronavirus cases

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A Nottinghamshire mum concerned by the number of coronavirus cases in schools say the current system "is not working".

It comes as around 20 schools across the county have confirmed positive cases of Covid-19, leading to partial or full closures with pupils and staff asked to self-isolate.

The latest three schools to confirm cases were Arnold Hill Academy, Aspley's Rosslyn Park Primary and Alderman White School in Bramcote.

After months of home schooling and only vulnerable children and those of keyworkers on school grounds, pupils were welcomed back to their classrooms with new safety measures at the start of September.

It was hoped the move would bring about some normality, a routine for youngsters and

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