A UK school has been forced to delay re-opening after a number of positive coronavirus cases following holidays abroad.
Sir William Borlase's Grammar School in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, was planning to open today.
But the school is now due to open on September 10.
Parents were informed via a newsletter, reports the Maidenhead Advertiser.
The headteacher Kay Mountfield said in a statement: "As you know, at Borlase, we are very much looking forward to welcoming you all to school in September and have been working hard towards this aim. The school and staff are ready and excited to get started.
"However, in the last 24 hours, the school has been informed of a number of positive cases of Covid-19 in the school community following travels overseas.
"All the organisations, along with our Chair of Governors, support my decision to prioritise safety and delay the opening until Thursday, September 10."
Buckinghamshire Council tweeted: "There are some linked cases of coronavirus amongst a group of young people & their families in the Marlow area.
"All households are isolating, no cause for wider alarm but pls stay vigilant. Self-isolate straight away if you get symptoms & follow NHS advice."
Schools across the UK welcomed back pupils this week.
This week, it emerged kids could be suspended from school and sent home for "deliberate or malicious coughs/sneezes" as a list of tough new rules is revealed.
Schools could even ban jokes about coronavirus and send kids packing for "purposeful physical contact".