The Black Country and Staffordshire schools with confirmed coronavirus cases
Find out which schools in the Black Country and Staffordshire have had coronavirus cases confirmed.
Students and teachers across the region are having to self-isolate after Covid-19 cases were confirmed at their schools or colleges.
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After being closed since March, schools reopened to all year groups in the first week of September but some have already had to temporarily shut down or send year groups home to self-isolate after pupils or staff members tested positive
Meanwhile some teachers and parents have complained that children are having to miss classes due to a lack of available testing.
Scroll down to see which schools in your area have been affected and follow the links to read more.
This list will be updated to as we are made aware of new cases.
While officially part of South Staffordshire, Codsall schools have been included under Wolverhampton for this list.
Elston Hall Primary School, Wolverhampton
All children in Year 1 have been sent home after a pupil in Year 1 at Elston Hall Primary School in Fordhouses has tested positive for coronavirus. Read more here.
Palmers Cross Primary School, Wolverhampton
Staff and pupils in Year 2 are self-isolating after a positive coronavirus case.
Wolverhampton Girls' High School
A year group at a Wolverhampton school has been instructed to self-isolate after a confirmed case of coronavirus.
Springdale Primary School, Penn Fields
Pupils in Year 6 have been asked to self-isolate after a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.
Whitgreave Primary School, Low Hill
Year 3 have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days after a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.
Woden Primary School, Park Village
Thirty pupils in Year 6 were told to self-isolate after a student tested positive for coronavirus on September 8.
Codsall Community High School, Codsall
Codsall Community High School confirmed a case within the school on September 9. The school remains open with year "bubbles" intact but said this would remain under review. The school is linked to Bilbrook Middle School, which has also had a confirmed case (see below).
Highfields School, Merry Hill
All Year 11 students at Highfields School in Merry Hill, Wolverhampton, were told to self-isolate for 14 days after a student was confirmed to have tested positive on September 9.
Bilbrook CE Middle School, Codsall
Year 8 pupils at Bilbrook Middle School in Codsall have been told to self-isolate after a case was confirmed on September 8.
Although the school remains open, Year 8 students were told to stay at home until September 17.
Amethyst Sixth, Aldersley High School, Codsall
Amethyst Sixth closed to its 250 students after a teacher tested positive for coronavirus.
Other staff members were awaiting results after the teacher's positive case was confirmed on September 7.
East Park Academy, East Park
Primary school East Park Academy has sent home two different year groups after two students tested positive for coronavirus.
The school told 90 pupils in Year 3 to self-isolate for two weeks on September 7 and 90 pupils in Year 6 to self-isolate on September 9.
Royal Primary School, Penn Road
A staff member at the Royal School's primary school tested positive for Covid-19 over the weekend of September 5 and 6.
As a result 90 pupils and all Year 1 staff were told to self-isolate for 14 days.
Ormiston SWB Academy, Bilston
Two members of staff at Ormiston SWB Academy are self-isolating as a precaution after another tested positive for coronavirus.
The staff member did not contract the virus at the school, they said, and had not been in direct contact with students.
Codsall Middle School
A Year 7 pupil at Codsall Middle School has tested positive for coronavirus.
Codsall Middle School sent a letter to parents on Tuesday saying a pupil has tested positive for Covid-19.
Fallings Park Primary School
Fallings Park Primary School sent a letter to parents on September 17 which says there has been a confirmed case of Covid-19. Read more here.
Summerhill Primary Academy, Tipton
Children were sent home to self-isolate after a confirmed case of coronavirus at Summerhill Primary Academy it was announced on September 16.
Headteacher Kerry Rochester sent home a number of students who had come into contact with the child – they now must self-isolate for 10 days.
Stuart Bathurst Catholic High School, Wednesbury
Students at a Wednesbury school have been instructed to self-isolate at home for two weeks – after a member of staff tested positive for coronavirus.
Stuart Bathurst Catholic High School in Wednesbury sent a letter out to a number of parents and carers on September 14 after it was confirmed a teacher had a confirmed case of Covid-19.
Moat Farm Junior School, Oldbury
A positive case was confirmed at Moat Farm Junior School on September 10, with 30 students self-isolating as a result.
Ocker Hill Academy, Tipton
A positive case was confirmed at Ocker Hill Academy on September 9, with all year four pupils and teachers self-isolating as a result.
Foxyards Primary School, Tipton
Two year groups and a teacher at Foxyards Primary School will have to self-isolate for 14 days from September 10 after a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.
Stuart Bathurst Catholic High School, Wednesbury
A Covid-19 case was confirmed within the Year 9 bubble at Stuart Bathurst Catholic High School in Wednesbury in a letter on September 9.
Crocketts Primary School, Smethwick
Crocketts Primary School, in Smethwick, closed to students in Years 1 to 6 on September 7 and 8 after a staff member showed symptoms. However the school was back open on September 9 after the test result came back as negative.
Wodensborough Ormiston Academy
Secondary school Wodensborough Ormiston Academy confirmed a student had tested positive in a letter sent out on September 7.
The school stayed open but 27 students and one staff member were told to self-isolate for 14 days.
Wood Green Academy, Wednesbury
Wood Green Academy sent a letter to parents stating there has been a positive case of coronavirus. Read more here.
The Phoenix Collegiate, West Bromwich
A Year 11 pupil has tested positive for coronavirus.
The Phoenix Collegiate sent a letter to parents on September 17 which says the pupil has not been in school since they developed symptoms.
It also says 20 students and one staff member have been sent home to self-isolate.
Ridgewood High School, Stourbridge
Students have been sent home from a Stourbridge school after a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.
Dudley College, Dudley
Two cases of coronavirus have been confirmed at Dudley College.
A staff member and a student have both tested positive for Covid-19 – a message from the college confirmed on September 14.
The Wordsley School, Wordsley
A positive case was confirmed at The Wordsley School in Wordsley, Stourbridge, on September 8.
The secondary school has stayed open and the age of the person who tested positive has not been confirmed by Dudley Council.
Red Hall Primary School, Lower Gornal
Red Hall Primary School, in Lower Gornal, sent a letter to parents on Monday confirming the positive coronavirus case.
The Link Academy, Netherton
The Link Academy in Netherton said on September 9 that a Year 11 pupil has Covid-19.
Grace Academy Darlaston
A case was confirmed at Grace Academy in Darlaston in a letter to parents on September 7.
The case was among a student in Year 7 with some students being told to self-isolate as a result.
Aldridge School sent a letter to parents on September 10 saying a Year 7 pupil had tested positive for Covid-19, but has not been in school this week.
Two staff members at Walsall College have tested positive for coronavirus.
Students and staff identified as being in the "close contact group" with the two workers have been advised to self-isolate for 14 days.
Shire Oak Academy
The school has a confirmed coronavirus case in the Year 13 bubble.
Willenhall E-ACT Academy
Students have been asked to self-isolate after a positive case of coronavirus.
Willenhall E-ACT Academy said a student in Year 8 has tested positive for Covid-19.
Reedswood E-ACT Primary Academy
A member of staff and a pupil at the school have both tested positive for coronavirus.
Reedswood E-ACT Primary Academy has sent out letters about the cases and has advised anyone who has been in contact with the pupil in year 3HF or the member of the staff who is in the nursery bubble to self-isolate. Read more here.
Walsall Academy sent a letter to parents on September 18 telling them of the confirmed case within the school. Read more here.
JCB Academy, Rocester
The JCB Academy in Rocester confirmed a positive case after being one of the first schools in England to reopen in August.
It was closed on Friday September 4 as a precaution but reopened the following on Monday with around 100 students self-isolating.
The JCB Academy was the first school of its kind in the UK for the education of 13 to 19-year-olds with a core focus on engineering.
Kingsmead School, Cannock
A pupil in Year 7 has tested positive for coronavirus.
Kingsmead School in Cannock sent a letter to parents on Monday confirming a pupil has tested positive.
The whole year group has been asked to self-isolate until September 25 and return to school on September 28.
Pupils in two reception classes at Burlish Park Primary School, in Stourport-on-Severn, have been told to self-isolate after a positive case of coronavirus.
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