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Pupils return to school after blaze

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Schooling in Britstown returned to normal after a fire on the premises interrupted exams earlier this week.

Fifty-eight Grade 12 learners from Theron High School in Britstown were yesterday unable to write their Mathematics and Mathematics Literacy examinations after a fire broke out at the school yesterday morning. Picture: Supplied
SCHOOLING at Theron High School in Britstown commenced as normal on Wednesday after a fire broke out on the premises on Monday.

The facility was evacuated following the blaze that destroyed nine classrooms, seven storage rooms, four restrooms and the kitchen.

The Northern Cape MEC for Education, Mac Jack, visited the school and said that his department had contingency plans in place to ensure that pupils did not miss out on any schooling.

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