More than 150 pupils at a Swansea secondary school are self-isolating due to coronavirus.
165 pupils at Cefn Hengoed School, in Winch Wen, have to stay at home.
It affects 134 pupils in year eight who will be self-isolating until Friday, December 11, and 31 pupils in year 10 who will self-isolate until Tuesday, December 15.
This is not the first time the secondary school has been impacted by the virus, with 157 pupils from the year 10 bubble told to stay at home in September after a pupil tested positive.
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Earlier this week it was confirmed that around 700 pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr were self-isolating.
Pupils in years eight, nine and 11 at the secondary school in Gowerton have been told to stay at home.
Two year groups at Penyrheol Comprehensive School have also been told to self-isolate.
Around 340 pupils across years eight and nine have to stay at home as a result of the outbreak.
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A spokesman for Swansea Council previously said: "The council and all our schools are working closely with Public Health Wales and the NHS Wales Test Trace and Protect service to ensure that all the appropriate measures are in place to protect students, staff and the wider community."