Haverigg school forced to close after outbreak of vomiting bug



Almost 20 pupils and two members of staff at Haverigg Primary School came down ill after parents were initially told on Tuesday to keep their children at home if they were poorly.
However, as vomiting spread across the school, headteacher Melanie Narongchai, who also became ill because of the bug, made the decision to close the school until Monday October 3 to allow cleaners to rid the school of germs.
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Felicity Wilson, who is vice chairwoman of the school's board of governors, has never experienced an... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 36
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