Full list of Sunderland schools closed to classes until next term due to Covid cases

Ten Sunderland schools currently have partial closures due to coronavirus cases.

Saturday, 19th December 2020, 6:05 pm

A number of schools across Sunderland have closed to classes or year groups or told groups of students to self isolate after pupils or members of staff tested positive for Covid-19.

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Partial school closures as of 11am on Friday, December 18 according to a statement from Together for Children:

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Schools across Sunderland have implemented a number of measures after reports of pupils or members of staff testing positive for Covid-19. Image by PA.

Easington Lane Primary – Year 4. Expected to reopen January 4.

Hasting Hill Academy – Year 3. Expected to reopen next term on January 4.

Grange Park Primary – Year 3. Expected to reopen next term on January 4.

Broadway Junior School – Year 5 and Year 3. Expected to reopen next term on January 4.

St Cuthbert’s RC – Full school. Expected to reopen next term on January 4.

St John Bosco – Year 1. Expected to reopen next term on January 4.

Dubmire – One Year 1 class. Expected to reopen next term on January 4.

Richard Avenue – One Year 1 class. Expected to reopen next term on January 4.

New Penshaw Primary School – Year 3 and Year 6. Expected to reopen on January 4.

Fulwell Junior School – Year 5 and Year 6. Expected to reopen on December 17.

This list has been updated with the latest information from Together for Children, which delivers children's services on behalf of Sunderland City Council.

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