A primary school that shut with 'immediate effect' due to governor, teacher, parent infighting will reopen from Thursday, Trafford Council has confirmed.
Bollin Primary School in Bowdon, Greater Manchester had been closed due to concerns about a "reduced capacity of the senior leadership". The council said it was to "safeguard and protect pupils" following a video that had been released of teachers and parents chanting "You're getting sacked in the morning" - thought to be referring to the school's head.
It also follows a strike by teachers last Thursday that was supported by some parents who demonstrated outside school.
In a statement, Trafford Council said: