PRIMARY seven children at a Rosyth school have been asked to self-isolate following a positive coronavirus case.

Pupils in P7a and P7b at St John's Primary will now have to self-isolate until next Thursday, September 24, and return to school a day later on Friday 25.

NHS Fife has said that there is "no evidence of onward transmission within the school at this stage", and the risk to pupils and staff remains low.

All other children at the school should continue to attend if they remain well.

Pupils in classes P7a and P7b had initially been asked not to attend school this Wednesday following Tuesday's announcement that a pupil had tested positive for COVID-19.

This was asked of them so contact tracing could take place.