Canterbury fears terrorist threat

13th December 2002 at 00:00
A SCHOOL has drawn up an emergency plan to safeguard its pupils in the event of a terrorist attack. Students at the Simon Langton grammar school for girls in Canterbury, Kent, were told of the proposals during an assembly last week. Headteacher Anthony Stanton said it was "good management" to look at how the school would look after girls in the 24 hours following such an attack.

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