Children at a school in Dorset have been paying tribute to their headteacher who was killed in a car crash at the weekend.
St Joseph's Catholic Combined School in Poole, has been closed for the day as a mark of respect for Ally Mullany - who died on the morning of Sunday 14 April. A steady stream of children and their parents have been laying down flowers at the school in tribute to her.
Sarah Cooper sent this report from the school. Her interviewees aree Hugh Fogarty, Chairman of Governors, and Angela Maddley, one of the school parents.
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