Here is the current list of Nottinghamshire schools with coronavirus cases

There are currently 12 schools in the area with confirmed Covid-19 cases.

Friday, 18th September 2020, 3:20 pm
Updated Monday, 21st September 2020, 4:48 pm
Here is the list of schools as of September 21

Berry Hill Primary School hit the headlines as the first school with a case confirmed by Public Health England, and 11 further schools have now confirmed cases in letter to parents.

In most schools the cases are currently isolated to single classes or bubbles, meaning the schools have remained open.

This list will be updated as news comes in.

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Berry Hill Primary School had the first confirmed cases in Mansfield

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Oak Tree Primary School confirmed in a letter to parents that they had confirmed cases on September 13

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The school wrote to parents to confirm a positive coronavirus case on September 14
The school, run by Derbyshire County Council and on the Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire border, confirmed their first case on September 16.
Debbie Hyslop, Head Teacher at Nettleworth Infant School and Nursery, said: “We have been informed that a member of our external catering and facilities management team tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday 11th September. We have spoken with Public Health England who advised us that because the member of staff had not had direct contact with anyone in school, the school can continue to open as normal. "Because of the individual circumstances in this case, including their limited presence in school and no contact with colleagues or pupils while in school, we are acting under specific advice from Public Health England. The individual is self-isolating and, fortunately, it hasn’t been necessary to send any children home. "The safety and wellbeing of our children and staff is my highest concern, and we as school will do all we can to prevent the spread of the virus."
The school in Eastwood confirmed a positive case in a letter to parents on September 14.
The school confirmed two students and one staff member had tested positive, in an email to parents on September 17.
A spokesperson for the school in Newark said: "We have a confirmed case of Covid-19 within Tuxford Academy and we are working closely with Public Health England in line with our protocols. "The small number of students who have been in direct contact with the confirmed case have received an individual letter and will be self-isolating at home for 14 days, as advised by Public Health England. "The academy remains open and all other students should continue to attend if they remain well."
A spokesperson for the school in Shirebrook, said: "I can confirm that we have had a positive case reported to school on 11th September 2020. "The school sought the advice of Public Health England and the child’s class bubble were immediately sent home. "These children are due to return to school next week following a period of isolation. "There have been no further cases in that class or across the schools. The risk assessment worked superbly."
A spokesperson for the Academy said: "We have confirmed cases of Covid-19 within Redgate Primary Academy within a single bubble and we are working closely with Public Health England in line with our protocols. "The small number of pupils who have been in direct contact with the confirmed case have received an individual letter and will be self-isolating at home for 14 days, as advised by Public Health England. "The academy remains open and all other pupils should continue to attend if they remain well."
A spokesperson for the school said: "We can confirm that All Saints’ Catholic Secondary school in Mansfield received information on Friday that a student has tested positive for COVID-19. "The school has been advised by the Department for Education and Public Health England that some students will need to self-isolate. "Parents have been contacted. "The school’s year group ‘bubbles’ have remained intact as a result of the school’s highly effective procedures and no members of staff will need to self-isolate. "Public Health England has confirmed that all year groups are able to continue to come to school as usual."
Farmilo confirmed a case in a letter to parents on September 21.