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Pupils return to school in Northern Ireland

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Pupils return to school in Northern Ireland

Pupils return to school in Northern Ireland

Pupils have returned to schools across Northern Ireland for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown started in March.

Katrina Moore, Principal of Malone College in Belfast said preparations had been “horrendous” but she was “delighted” that her school had reopened.

Report by Blairm.

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