Geddington Primary School class in isolation after positive Covid-19 case
There has been one case in the village primary school
A class at Geddington C of E Primary School is in self-isolation after a single coronavirus case was confirmed at the school.
Headteacher Martin Adamson confirmed the situation in a statement.
He said: "I can confirm that we have had a single case of Covid 19 in the school.
"We are following the guidance given to us by the Public Health officials and as such one of our class bubbles is now self-isolating.
"The rest of the school remains open to all pupils."
Geddington is the latest school in the area to confirm a coronavirus case, just a few weeks into term.
The Northants Telegraph has already reported on confirmed case at eight other schools and colleges including Tresham College's Kettering campus, Montsaye Academy, Hazel Leys Academy, Studfall Junior Academy, Grange Primary Academy, Oundle Primary School, Sir Christopher Hatton Academy and Bishop Stopford School.
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