NI school sends two year groups home after pupils test positive for Covid-19 - Year 8 and Year 11

Two year groups in a NI school have been sent home this morning after two pupils tested positive for Covid-19.

Wednesday, 28th April 2021, 2:43 pm

News of the school disruption has been posted on social media by Dunluce School in Bushmills, Co Antrim.

A post on their Facebook page says: “Important notice please read

“This morning the school has been notified about a positive case of Covid-19 among our Year 8 and Year 11 pupils.

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“As a result both Year 8 and Year 11 will immediately begin a period of remote learning.

“We plan for all pupils to return to school on Monday 10th May.”


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