More school children are self-isolating after a positive Covid-19 result at Cowes Enterprise College.

An Isle of Wight Council spokesperson said: "A member of the Cowes Enterprise College community has tested positive for Covid-19.

"Public Health has offered advice and consequently 15 students need to self-isolate as a precautionary measure, until 26 March.

"High-quality remote learning will be provided for the pupils throughout this time."

The school remains open to all other students.

Cowes Enterprise College is the fourth school to send children home, since all children returned to class on March 8.

Three children are isolating at Ryde Academy, sixty students and five staff members are isolating at Christ the King College in Newport and 33 students and 3 staff members from Carisbrooke College must remain at home, until early next week.

Lateral flow tests are being carried out on a voluntary basis, for secondary school and college-aged children without symptoms.

Other Islanders can also now access the tests.

Read how: Covid lateral flow tests - where to get one on Isle of Wight