PUPILS in a primary class have been sent home after a number of Covid cases were identified. 

The Dunard Primary youngsters are now self-isolating as a precaution with health officials moving in to offer advice to parents. 

It's understood a primary one class has been affected at the Maryhill education hub but it is not clear if the virus was picked up in school. 

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Council bosses have moved to reassure parents the Braeside Street campus is safe and operating as normal. 

A Glasgow City Council spokeswoman said: “One infant classes at the school and a few pupils in another year group are self-isolating as a precaution and in line with public health advice. 

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“Families have been notified in the normal way and the school will keep parents updated. 

“The school is looking forward to welcoming the children back."