Following liaison with the Public Health Service on Friday 1st July, we are now able to advise that:
- School will be open on Monday 4th July
- 67 students have been identified as not-immune and will be staying home in isolation until the end of Friday 8th July. All affected families have been contacted by our administration team.
- All other children must attend school on Monday 4th July.
- 6 staff will also be staying at home in isolation and so their classes/roles will be managed in their absence.
- Interviews for Mr Black and Dr Boddy have been cancelled.
Please remember that 'staying home in isolation' means just that. Do not leave the home to go to school, work, to meet with friends or family, to go to any public places, sports or community events or gatherings. This is to protect those members of our community who are most vulnerable to the disease, including babies, pregnant women, cancer patients and others who are unable to be immunised. Measles can spread quickly to others before you start to feel unwell, and several days before the rash appears.