Pupils at a Dundee school have been tested for coronavirus after a confirmed case was reported.
NHS Tayside said it was an individual case connected to the additional support needs school, but it is understood more pupils and parents have since been tested.
It has not been confirmed if the individual is an employee or pupil.
Mo Cameron, whose six-year-old son Aden is a Kingspark pupil, said she believed the school has been following all guidelines but she remains fearful.
She said: “I’m as worried as any other parent would be when they are told there is a positive case at school.
“I just hope this hasn’t triggered a cluster as then I will be more worried.
“We have been following guidelines since all this started so we just have to keep doing what we are doing.”
Another parent, who asked not to be named, said her son and partner have been tested in connection with the case and she is nervously awaiting results.
It is thought a number of other pupils and parents have also been tested.
Head teacher Paul Dow alerted parents via a school app on Tuesday afternoon but a number of staff and parents found out on social media.
The message published on the app said: “I was notified this morning that a person within Kingspark had been tested positive with Covid-19.
“This person had developed symptoms over the weekend and was tested yesterday. We are following procedures and I have been in constant discussion with the health protection team.
“The families and staff who have been identified through contact tracing have been alerted.
“There will be a further meeting at 4pm with the health protection team and from that we will agree on what further, if any, action is required.
“In the meantime I want to reassure you that we continue to remain vigilant in our health and hygiene and in following the protocols laid out by the authority and risk assessments agreed locally.”
A joint statement from NHS Tayside and Dundee City Council said: “NHS Tayside’s health protection Team has been made aware today of a single case of Covid-19 in an individual connected with Kingspark School in Dundee.
“A problem assessment group, which will involve colleagues from Public Health and Dundee City Council, has been convened to investigate the situation and identify any further actions which may need to be taken.”