Milton Keynes school hit by Covid-19 outbreak

A school in Milton Keynes has reported two members of staff have tested positive for Covid-19

Tuesday, 17th November 2020, 11:00 am
Updated Tuesday, 17th November 2020, 11:28 am

Shenley Brook End School sent out an email to parents this morning (Tuesday, November 17) at around 10.20am updating them on the situation.

The email reads: "We have a small group of students across a range of year groups whose families have been contacted as they need to self-isolate."

The email goes on to say the school is still open for those who remain well.

Shenley Brook End School. Photo: Google Maps

Two other positive cases have been reported at the school since the start of the second lockdown. One was reported on Monday, November 9, one on Wednesday, November 11, and another regarding a Year 11 student on November 12.

The government's guidance around Covid-19 in schools says that an outbreak can be defined if a school has 'two or more confirmed cases within 14 days'.

If your child's school has had a confirmed case of coronavirus feel free to email [email protected] - we will publish the details, while you can remain anonymous.