PUPILS at a Glasgow primary school turned up for class when they should have been self-isolating after a holiday to a non-exempt country. 

The kids are alleged to have broken quarantine when they attended Chirnsyde Primary School in Milton on their first day of term.

They should have been in isolation for 14 days after holidaying in a country which is excluded from the Scottish Government's quarantine exempt list.

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When it became apparent they should have been staying at home, they were taken out of school and educations chiefs say they will not be returning until the end of the 14-day period.

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A Glasgow City Council spokeswoman said: “The pupils are not in school and will not be back until the end of the 14 day quarantine period.

“The information was received within the hour on the first day of term.”