Hundreds of school children who survived finally returned to class at a new heavily-guarded building.
Hundreds of school children who survived the Connecticut gun massacre have finally returned to class at a new, heavily-guarded building.
Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown has been closed since the December the 14th when 26 people, mainly children were killed in a shooting spree.
The new school, in a neighbouring town has been decorated with welcoming signs and balloons and police have been out in force to reassure worried parents.
Revd Clive Calver was one of the first pastors on the scene after the shooting, he tells Premier the children are making a recovery:
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