Teachers forced into cupboard

7th April 2000 at 01:00
A WELSH primary school is so short of space that teachers are forced to spend their break-times in a cupboard under the stairs. The staffroom at Ysgol Gymraeg Bryn-y-Mor school in Swansea has had to be converted into a classroom - requiring teachers to take their breaks in a windwless, converted storage cupboard. The cramped

surroundings are also bad news for pupils, who have to take their playtimes in shifts because the playground cannot accommodate all 330 of them at once. The school's plight was raised at the Welsh Assembly this week.

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