The Australian International School was the first to reopen yesterday after an outbreak forced the closure of all primary schools and kindergartens last month. The school, which has also implemented precautionary measures, was among several secondary schools that closed early for the summer holidays after confirmed swine flu cases were found. A stream of students arrived at the campus in Kowloon Tong for the start of the third term. All students must have their temperature taken and must report their travel history. Groups visiting the school would be limited. One student said she was not worried about another outbreak because the school had taken good steps. 'We are required to take our temperatures every day. The whole campus is thoroughly disinfected, including the lockers,' she said. A summer class at Shatin Pui Ying College would be closed for a week from today, after 12 students showed flu symptoms. One of the pupils, a 13-year-old boy, was admitted to Prince of Wales Hospital yesterday and five more were confirmed with swine flu. Meanwhile, the Centre for Health Protection said 14 infants and 11 staff at a nursery in Central and Western suffered infections of the upper respiratory tract.