6:15 pm, Mon 06 Jan 2014
Pupils have returned to Cwmcarn High School in Caerphilly - more than 14 months after it was shut due to fears over the risk of asbestos.
They have been taught in Ebbw Vale while their school was made safe. And, as
reports, today's return means the end of a tough period of upheaval for teachers, parents and pupils. Tom Sheldrick
9:24 am, Mon 06 Jan 2014
A group of schoolboys arrive at Cwmcarn gates
Credit: ITV Cymru Wales/Tom Sheldrick
Pupils at Cwmcarn High School in Caerphilly have returned to the classroom this morning after their school was closed for over a year.
They have been taught at a school in Ebbw Vale whilst work to remove asbestos was carried out.
7:30 am, Mon 06 Jan 2014
The school has been closed in October 2012
Credit: ITV Cymru Wales
A Caerphilly school which closed over a year ago because of asbestos fears, will re-open today.
Work began to remove asbestos at Cwmcarn High School in June last year, after it was closed in October 2012.
Pupils were taught in Ebbw Vale whilst the work was being completed.
The school was due to re-open in September last year, but was delayed following the death of a contractor, who was working to remove asbestos.