A primary school in the Vale of Glamorgan has been closed, after an inspection found parts of it were unsafe.
Albert Primary School in Penarth was founded in 1878 and is Grade II listed.
The school posted a statement on its website stating that after an inspection by Vale of Glamorgan Council, the governing body had "reluctantly taken the decision to close the school with immediate effect."
More than 380 children attend the school, with a further 70 in its nursery unit.
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