Sunderland school fully closed due to coronavirus

A school in Sunderland has fully closed and two others have announced partial closures due to coronavirus.

Albany Village Primary School is fully closed while Hasting Hill Academy and St Paul’s Church of England Primary School are partially closed for classes or year groups due to Covid-19.

According to Together for Children, which delivers children’s services on behalf of Sunderland City Council, the schools were added to the closure list on Monday, November 16.

Albany Village Primary School is fully closed to all year groups with Year 1 and 2 isolating who are due to return on November 27.

Meanwhile, Hasting Hill Academy is partially closed to Year 5 who are due to return on November 24 and St Paul’s Church of England Primary School is partially closed to Year 2 who are due back on November 26.

The schools are the latest closures to be announced this week with 24 schools in Sunderland currently partially or fully closed.

A number of schools across the region have been affected by coronavirus after they reopened last month.

Since the start of term 79 schools across the city have been affected by coronavirus by either partially closing, announcing cases or asking pupils to self isolate.

In some cases, the closures only apply to certain year groups or class group, depending on where the reported coronavirus is found.

While some asked year groups or bubbles to isolate at home, others decided to close for a deep clean.

You can check the full list of school closures here.

Chronicle Live – Sunderland