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School removes loo doors

By Natasha Swift 29th June 2016

School removes loo doors
PENRICE: Principal Richard Baker

A ST AUSTELL secondary school has removed its toilet doors to try to make students feel safer. The outer doors of the boys’s toilets at Penrice Academy have been taken down for a trial period to help stop vandalism and put younger pupils at ease. Principal Richard Baker said the decision was made to reduce students’ concerns a...

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