Coronavirus: Full list of Hampshire schools in Portsmouth, Gosport, Fareham, Havant, Waterlooville, Basingstoke, Winchester, East Hampshire, Hart, New Forest, Rushmoor and Test Valley with Covid-19 cases reported recently

More schools have reported Covid cases in Hampshire.

Tuesday, 8th June 2021, 11:45 am

Councils are publishing details of when schools report cases among pupils and staff.

Portsmouth City Council has confirmed 10 cases in Portsmouth schools since May 14.

Hampshire County Council has confirmed cases in nine schools across the county since May 18. Southampton City Council does not publish school names, but has confirmed that there were seven cases in ‘educational settings’ between May 17 and May 23.

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Daily list of confirmed coronavirus cases in Hampshire

Schools across Hampshire have implemented safety measures, including smaller class sizes and use of face masks, to protect students and staff.

Here is a list of the schools that have had positive coronavirus tests since pupils returned in September.

This list will be updated. Council data does not include private schools. If you know of any schools with Covid-19 cases that are not on the list, please email [email protected]


Priory School – May 26

UTC, Hilsea – May 26

Admiral Lord Nelson - May 26

The Portsmouth Academy – May 21, May 24, May 25

Craneswater Junior School – May 25

Cottage Grove Primary – May 20

Miltoncross – May 17

St Edmund’s – May 17

New Horizons Primary School - May 17

Ark Ayrton – May 14


Gomer Infants – May 22


Fareham Academy – May 28


Warren Park Primary – May 24

Basingstoke and Deane

Castle Hill Infants – May 23

Aldworth secondary – May 24

Costello secondary – May 24


Tweseldown Infants – May 25

Yateley secondary – May 31


St Joseph's Primary – May 18

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