Students in two groups of high school years have been asked to attend alternate days due to the absence of staff attached to the code.
The bosses at The Albin Academy in Salford say they have had to limit attendance because of the “significant absenteeism limit”.
He has asked 7- and 8-year-olds to take alternate days at school for at least a week, until the situation is reviewed.
In a letter to parents, head teacher Jason Roberts said: “As of June 28, the school staff does not have a significant number of staff due to tracking and tracing cowardly information about their children, as well as weekly Finally because of the track and trace related to a positive issue.
“There were a lot of students in this group. The high percentage of our education and the lack of animal skills make teaching incredibly difficult.”
He said that the school tries to use external supply teachers, but with the demand that schools are ‘fighting to get both quality experts as well as assistant experts’, it is not always possible.
Informing the school of the six positive issues between 8.30am and 8.55am on Monday morning, he added: “For this reason, I have been attending the alternate schools of Year 7 and Year 8 for the initial period Decided to limit.This week I will review so give you more notice than you received this morning.
“This will be an important time for us to find out if our absent comrades can return, so we hope to avoid further setbacks.”
Samantha Condern, whose 12-year-old daughter, Kellegg Pendleton, is in seventh year at school, says she misses out on expensive classrooms.
“I am angry because the epidemic has started and children have been deprived of their education at home during their first year of secondary school,” he said.
“She’s not happy, she hates not being able to enter. She’s learning so much and missing her friends.”
Like many parents, Samantha has questioned the principles of loneliness and feels it is unfair that they do not apply to everyone.
He said: “How can it be a rule to keep everyone isolated when it comes to the code, but when they have a positive result in the Scottish football team after playing for England, why didn’t they all have to be separated. “
In his letter, Mr. Roberts acknowledged the frustration of the parents, but said the decision was inevitable.
He said: “This will be another disappointment for the parents and students of Albion Academy who have been going through a turbulent period since March 2020. This decision was not taken lightly but due to the significant extent of absenteeism. There are urgent and urgent adjustments to be made, many of which were made immediately after the weekend, as well as dealing with absences related to ‘Long Cowade’.
“Instead, we’re making this practical decision to keep as much as possible in school until it’s as clear as possible.”
Has your school had a positive code test in this half term? How many times has your child been alone this academic year?