PUPILS at Rhyl High School will be able to return to school on Wednesday.

Travellers pitched up on the school playground last week, forcing pupils to work from home.

A letter, sent to parents by Claire Armitstead, headteacher at Rhyl High School, said: “We have been informed that travellers have entered our school playground.

“All year groups except year 11 will move to remote learning for Friday, April 30. Year 11 can attend site as normal.”

A spokesperson for Denbighshire County Council told the Journal on Tuesday, May 4 that the group of travellers left the school site on Saturday.

"The site was secured," they added.

"The area is being cleaned up today while a teacher training day is held on site, ready for all pupils to return to school tomorrow.”