Pupils at Teesside school told to wear masks again following multiple covid cases
Pupils at a secondary school have been told to wear masks again following multiple covid cases.
Face coverings have been reintroduced at Conyers School "at all times" in communal indoor spaces.
The school in Yarm has reported positive cases across the year groups, amid a surge in classrooms throughout the UK since the start of the academic year.
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A letter from the Green Lane school's assistant headteacher, Chris Coleman, asks parents to provide children with two masks a day.
It says: "Face coverings must be worn in all indoor communal spaces, at all times.
"This includes corridors and the lunch queues.
"Lanyards must be worn (including ID badge) and clearly displayed at all times.
"This allows all students to identify …
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