A special school in Lincoln will reopen on Tuesday after a staff member tested positive for coronavirus earlier this month.
Staff from The Pilgrim School on Carrington Drive in Lincoln received a positive test result for COVID-19 on September 9, so pupils and staff had to self-isolate at home.
It was the only school showing as closed in Lincolnshire County Council’s list of confirmed cases at schools in the county.
The Lincoln site has had a deep clean and will reopen on Tuesday, September 22.
The school also has two satellite sites in Louth and Amber Hill, Boston, but they remained open.
Headteacher Steve Barnes said: “The safety of our staff and pupils is our top priority, and we have a range of measures in place to prevent the spread of the virus. We will, of course, be monitoring the situation closely and keeping parents informed.”