CHILDREN at Darnhall Primary are so sad that their school is closing they have written heart-rending messages to their teachers.

Winsford Guardian:

Pupils thank teachers for all their work

Pupils said they were sad to leave and wanted to say thank you to all the staff for teaching them.

One pupil wrote: 'I'm very sad that we have to leave but it's for our safety with the virus so I wanted to say thank you for teaching us.'

Winsford Guardian:

Pupils at Darnhall Primary School write heart-rending letters to teachers

Another pupil praised headteacher Sarah Tomlinson, saying: 'To Mrs Tomlinson, thank you for being the best headteacher and planning everything nice and looking beautiful.'

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Children write moving messages to teachers

Another little one said: "Thank you for teaching us lots of things. I hope you can teach us if we come back."

Winsford Guardian:

Pupils write to their teachers to say how much they will miss school

The children put their personal messages into a pink box covered with love hearts and presented them to teachers.

Winsford Guardian:

Pupils put all their letters into a pink box covered with love hearts

The school isn't fully closed on Monday. It will be open to children of key workers as defined by the Government and children considered most vulnerable.