A coronavirus outbreak among staff has closed a primary school, days after unions reported the trust which runs it to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
Cedar Primary School in Northampton, which had partly reopened on Monday, closed on Wednesday after two support staff tested positive for the virus.
Two unions reported the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) over concerns with its Covid reporting procedure.
DRET has been approached for comment.
Unison and the GMB’s complaint against the trust, which was founded by Carphone Warehouse boss David Ross, came before the Cedar Primary outbreak was known.
All of its 25 staff have now been tested for Covid-19.
Rachelle Wilkins from the GMB told the Local Democracy Reporting Service she had “real…
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