Tuturumuri school is surviving on savings in case any parents want to give their children the highest staff-to-student ratio in the country

A school in a rural New Zealand that has no students has pledged to stay open for as long as possible in case a new pupil wants to enrol.

Tuturumuri school in Wairarapa in the North Island has been without any children for the last term and has no new children scheduled to start in the new year.

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