MORE than 100 pupils who had been requested to isolate have returned to school.

NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect has been working closely with Denbigh High School, Public Health Wales and Denbighshire County Council in recent days to investigate the possibility that a student had been in contact with someone who was infectious with Covid-19.

As a result of investigations, Denbighshire County Council said they are now ‘satisfied’ that students - 106 from year 11 and those travelling on a school bus - who had been requested to isolate for 14 days, have not been exposed to the virus at school.

They returned to learning on Friday, September 25.

A spokesperson from Denbighshire County Council said: “Letters have been issued to inform parents /guardians of the position."

Parents and guardians across the county are advised to remain alert for the main symptoms of coronavirus.

These include: A new or continuous cough; a high temperature and loss of or change to sense of smell or taste.