EDUCATION bosses have moved to reassure parents after a person connected with a Glasgow hub school tested positive for Coronavirus.

During the pandemic a number of city schools have been kept open to support the children of key workers.

Our Lady of the Rosary Primary is being used for pupils from several schools in the south of Glasgow.

Parents expressed concerns after it emerged that a person connected to the Cardonald school had fallen ill with confirmed Covid-19.

But a Glasgow City Council spokeswoman said the school will remain open and "stringent" hygiene measures are in place.

She said: “Our teachers and school staff are doing an incredible job running the hubs across the city for the children of key and essential workers during the current health crisis.

“We have stringent health and safety procedures including new cleaning processes and our staff and their pupils follow the current Scottish Government advice and guidance on physical distancing and hand washing in a bid to stop any spread of the virus.

“The hub at Our Lady of the Rosary Primary school remains open to support and help key workers who are helping to keep the city safe during the pandemic.”