Pupils' work ruined at flooded school
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Flood at Birmingham school destroys pupils work

Pupils' work at a Birmingham school has been destroyed by flash flooding.

Lea Forest Primary Academy, in Kitts Green, was forced to close on Wednesday because of the effects of Tuesday's downpours.

The water reached depths of up to four inches inside the school. Outside it was nearly a foot deep.

Lynsey Hedley, deputy head teacher, said: "It's really upsetting and heartbreaking because everybody loves our school so much".

  • 15 Jun 2016