SCHOOL pupils at a West End primary are in isolation after a number of coronavirus cases.

Youngsters from Broomhill Primary have been moved to home learning after returning positive Covid-19 test results earlier this week.

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It's not known how many young people are involved, however, a spokesperson for Glasgow City Council confirmed a "handful" of positive cases had noted this week.

Coronavirus in the classroom caused education chaos last term as restrictions meant an entire class was plunged into isolation if a pupil got the virus - causing countless parents and guardians to also be forced to remain at home for childcare purposes.

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However, a shift in the Scottish Government's approach means young people, who are ineligible for the vaccination, are able to leave isolation if they return a negative PCR result.

It's understood close contacts are now in the process of being tested.