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MetiNews.Com - Several schools across Sunderland remain partially closed due to outbreaks of the virus
Breaking News ! A number of schools across Sunderland remain partially closed due to reported cases of coronavirus. According to Together for Children, 11 schools in Sunderland are partially closed while Portland Academy is fully closed to pupils. In some cases, the closures only apply to certain year groups or class group, depending on where the reported coronavirus is found. A number of schools across the region have been affected by coronavirus after they reopened earlier this month.
. On Monday, the Vice-Principal of Southmoor Academy Sammy Wright said the school waited four days to get a response from Public Health England after they reported a confirmed case of coronavirus. Below is a list of schools experiencing full or partial closures due to reported cases of Covid-19. Partial school closures as of 11am Monday, September 21 Fatfield Academy – Year 2 and 3 Barnwell Academy – Year 4 only Gillas Lane – Year 2 and Year 3 & 4 mixed class St Benet’s – Year 4 only St John Boste – Year 3 only JFK – One of the Y3 classes Hill View Infants – Partial Nursery closure, one class in Reception and one class in Year 2
East Herrington – Year 4 Diamond Hall Juniors – Two of the Year 3 classes Hylton Red House Nursery – 3 and 4-year-old provision Christ College – Year 3, Year 4 and Year 10 Full school closures as of 11am Monday, September 21 Portland Academy Together for Children delivers children's services on behalf of Sunderland City Council.
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