UPDATE: Here's a list of Milton Keynes schools hit by Covid-19 - including one school with nearly 1,000 students self-isolating

Here is a list of Milton Keynes schools affected by Covid-19 as of Friday, December 11

Tuesday, 15th December 2020, 11:09 am

These figures were provided by Milton Keynes Council on Friday (December 11):

Shenley Brook End Academy – positive cases: 13 pupils and 3 staff members. 998 pupils are isolating.

The Hazeley Academy – positive cases: 15 pupils and 1 member of staff. 388 pupils are isolating.

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Two Mile Ash School – positive cases: 1 pupil. 68 pupils are isolating.

Stantonbury International School - positive cases: 9 pupils and 1 staff member. 631 pupils are isolating.

The Radcliffe School – positive cases: 5 pupils and 1 staff. 418 pupils are isolating.

Wyvern School – positive cases: 1 pupil. 26 pupils are isolating.

Walton High (Brooklands) – positive cases: 1 pupil. 16 pupils are isolating.

Walton High (Walnut Tree) – positive cases: 2 pupils. 29 pupils are isolating.

Ousedale Newport Pagnell campus – positive cases: 3 pupils and 1 staff. 120 pupils are isolating.

New Bradwell School – positive cases: 2 pupils. 111 pupils are isolating.

Denbigh High School – positive cases: 3 pupils. 35 pupils are isolating.

Oakgrove Secondary School – positive cases: 5 pupils and 1 staff. 107 pupils are isolating.

St Paul's Catholic School – positive cases: 4 pupils and 1 staff. 103 pupils are isolating.

Lord Grey Academy – positive cases: 3 pupils and 1 staff, 101 pupils are isolating.

Heronsgate School – positive cases: 1 pupil tested positive and 29 were in isolation.

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'.

This list will be updated every Friday.

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