A SPECIAL school in Oxfordshire that was forced to close over fresh coronavirus fears has reopened after a deep clean.

Fitzwaryn School in Wantage, for pupils aged three to 19, shut its doors last week after a family was asked to self-isolate through the government's Track and Trace system as a preventative measure.

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Pupils were welcomed back to the classrooms on Monday and Fitzwaryn's chief operations officer Tracey Stratton confirmed that the school is symptom-free.

Ms Stratton thanked the community for their positive comments and support.