Telford & Wrekin Council statement re reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete in schools.
All schools in Telford and Wrekin are safe and remain open.
Councillor Eileen Callear, Telford & Wrekin Council's Cabinet Member for Education, Employment and Visitor Economy, said:
"All schools in Telford and Wrekin are safe and remain open.
"Inspections have been undertaken at all our schools across the borough to check if any buildings contain reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) and to ensure pupils would be able to return to school as planned at the beginning of term.
"The material was identified at Donnington Wood Infants School and ruled out at all others.
"We have completed a full survey of the buildings at Donnington Wood Infants School and have put additional safety measures in place to ensure pupil and staff safety, which includes extra temporary ceilings. We are now working up a plan of works to remove the RAAC and this work is likely to take place during the summer next year.
"We want to reassure pupils, parents and staff that measures have been put in place to ensure that the school is safe to open and run as normal when children return to school after the summer holidays."