Full list of every school in Sheffield and South Yorkshire with confirmed Covid-19 cases

There are over 20 schools in Sheffield and across South Yorkshire with confirmed Covid-19 cases.

Monday, 14th September 2020, 3:24 pm
Schools across Sheffield and South Yorkshire have announced positive Covid-19 cases since they re-opened after coronavirus closures and the summer break.

Children, teachers and school staff are self-isolating as a result of the cases.

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Most schools have set up ‘bubbles’ of children and staff, with contact with other bubbles limited in a bid to reduce the transmission of Covid-19.

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A Year 8 student and a sixth former have both tested positive for Covid-19, with children in two school bubbles now isolating.

Sheffield was placed on the Government’s coronavirus watchlist last week as the number of confirmed cases in the city continues to rise.

If things worsen, options available to reduce the spread of the virus can include interventions such as local lockdowns.

One of the ‘bubbles’ of students at the secondary school has been ‘temporarily closed’ as a result of a positive Covid-19 case.
Year 5 pupils and some members of staff are self-isolating because of a case in the Year 5 bubble.
Staff and pupils in one of the school bubbles have been sent home because of a confirmed case and enhanced cleaning is being carried out.
A confirmed case was announced today at the school with pupils who have been in 'direct prolonged contact' with the confirmed case all notified and told to stay at home for two weeks.
A total of 57 children and four members of staff have been asked to stay at home after a child in a ‘bubble’ tested positive for the virus.
Barugh Green Primary School in Barnsley has sent children home for two weeks because of Covid-19.
A pupil in Year 8 and another in Year 11 have returned positive tests for Covid-19, meaning everyone in their respective ‘bubbles’ must stay at home for two weeks.
Sixth formers have to self-isolate for 14 days after a student tested positive for Covid-19 in the first week back.
Bramley Sunnyside Junior School has children isolating at home after a dinner lady, who serves lunches in the dining hall, tested positive for Covid-19.
Year six pupils are isolating after a class member tested positive for Covid-19.
Some members of staff are isolating at home as a result of a positive Covid-19 case involving a member of the school community, but the head teacher says there is no evidence it was contracted at Sheffield Springs Academy.
One bubble in the school has been closed since September 8, with pupils allowed back on September 21.
Wellgate Primary School has been closed to one bubble from September 8, with pupils allowed back on September 21.
The Covid-19 case is in the Year 6 bubble, with children and teachers in that year asked to self-isolate for 14 days until September 21.
A Year 11 student had tested positive and is self-isolating.
An entire class has to self-isolate for two weeks after a teacher tested positive for Covid-19.
Three members of staff tested positive for Covid-19, leading to the temporary closure of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths Centre and Automotive Technologies campuses.
Children who have been in touch with the person who has tested positive at Birley Academy have received an individual letter asking them to remain at home for 14 days.
There have been two confirmed cases at the school - one in Year 4 and one in Year 5.
A Year 11 pupil student has tested positive for the virus, with some fellow pupils and members of staff asked to isolate for 14 days.
One bubble is closed at the school from today until September 28.