West Yorkshire Police say there is no ongoing risk to pupils or staff at Corpus Christi College where a female teacher died after being stabbed. Around 1000 pupils, aged between 11 and 16, attend the school, according to its website.
It also has a 'strong Christian and community ethos.' The website adds that the school has a very good pastoral structure.
A 15-year-old male pupil is being questioned by detectives in connection her death.
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