MORE pupils at a Bradford primary school will begin remote learning after another case of Covid-19 was confirmed. 

Lapage Primary School, on Barkerend Road, was hit by one case last Friday (September 11) and a 'bubble' had to be sent home following advice and those children are learning remotely.

In an update this afternoon, Executive Headteacher Richard Ballantine told the Telegraph & Argus: "The community are co-operating with school to ensure that all safety measures are followed.

"We are aware from local data that we are in one of the highest infection areas in Bradford.

"This leads to understandably high anxiety levels. Early this morning we were notified of an infection in another bubble and therefore were able to ensure, through good processes, that those in the bubble did not attend.

"Once again they will be starting their remote learning by tomorrow. We are really clear that there has been no cross over in school between the two bubbles. 

"All our staff are responding well in these difficult times and will continue to serve the Lapage children to the best of their ability. We would also like to extend our thanks to our community for continuing to work with us in these challenging times."