A Dundee college closed for practically three weeks after a coronavirus outbreak has begun a phased reopening.
The outbreak affected 23 members of workers, three pupils, and 14 community contacts at Kingspark College.
Induction days for workers and pupils will initiate this week, with a section-time timetable in operation from 14 September.
Pupils are anticipated to with regards to the college fleshy-time sooner than the October holidays.
Workers and pupils were told to self-isolate for 14 days following the college’s closure on 19 August.
Kingspark College has about 185 pupils pale between five and 18 who have extra abet needs.
The college has about 150 teaching workers and extra healthcare workers.
Paul Clancy, from Dundee Metropolis Council, stated: ‘We’re conducting end consultation with families and our colleagues in public successfully being, as successfully as substitute unions, successfully being and security and Tayside Contracts amongst others.
“The safety of pupils, workers and all individuals working in reference to the college is paramount.”