An independent review into 'blue water' schools in North Lanarkshire has concluded that they are safe for pupils and teachers.
North Lanarkshire Council
Water and soil testing is to be carried out to address health and safety concerns at a school campus.
23 pupils have been formally removed from two Coatbridge high schools following fears for health and safety.
Health chiefs have written to GPs telling them there is no need to test pupils from schools at the centre of a public health investigation, we can reveal.
Council bosses admit blue water at school campus was first reported six years ago, not in 2017 as officials told public meeting
Reports of blue water at the school campus date back to 2013, council bosses have now admitted.
An independent review into health and safety concerns at a school where four current and former teachers were diagnosed with cancer has been announced by the Scottish Government.
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PUPILS and teachers have been told not to drink tap water at new secondary schools built on a toxic dump.