School to reopen after swine flu scare

A HIGH school which closed after a teacher fell ill with swine flu is due to reopen tomorrow.

A HIGH school which closed after a teacher fell ill with swine flu is due to reopen tomorrow.

St Albans Roman Catholic High School in Ipswich will be open for all pupils in the morning after a seven-day closure.

Dennis McGarry, headteacher, said: “We took the decision to close the school to help allay concerns from parents and members of staff regarding swine flu. Since the school has been closed pupils have been able to access work via the school's website.

“We look forward to welcoming all pupils back to school tomorrow. If anyone connected with the school has any concerns they should contact the school in the normal way.”


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