Four-day week plan shelved

14th September 2001 at 01:00
The Norfolk school forced last term to plan a four-day week by teacher shortages, will now run a full timetable when term starts on Monday. Oriel High School in Gorleston recruited three teachers over the summer break and received 15 offers of help from parents. But headteacher Michael Dopson warned parents that three empty posts remain, and staff illness could wreck the new timetable.

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