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At lunch time today, some teenage children were ‘hanging around’ outside our Langley road gate. It was reported to me that they spoke to some of our children, through the gate, and threw some wrapped sweets (celebrations) onto the playground.
This was sensibly brought to the attention of school staff by our children, and members of staff spoke to the teenagers, telling them to stop being silly and to go away.
Over the remainder of lunch time, different variations of what happened began circulating around the playground. Some children told others widely differing versions of events. Unfortunately, this led to some children becoming a little upset.
At the end of lunch time, Mrs Singh spoke to the whole school, to reassure the children about what happened and to praise the children that quickly brought this to our attention.
We are in the process of contacting the parents of the teenagers involved, to notify them that this behaviour was not appropriate and ask them to discuss it with their children, so that it is not repeated.
I would be grateful if you could talk to your own child/ren about what happened at lunch time today in order to reassure them.
With kind regards,
We have now rectified the problem with the main pedestrian gate on Nascot Wood Road.
Please come into school as normal.
Nascot Wood Junior School
This morning, our main pedestrian gate, on Nascot Wood Road, is stuck closed.
Please use our side gate, on Langley Road, until this fault has been rectified.
If you are the parent of a child/children at Nascot Wood Infant School, please use this gate then walk through our playground to get to school.
With apologies for the inconvenience, Nascot Wood Junior School.
We are experiencing a fault with our phone line. We have been in contact with engineers who are investigating the problem. Calls have been diverted to a secondary line, which means that you should be able to get through if you need to. If your query can be dealt with by email, please contact the school office on: firstname.lastname@example.org
With thanks for your understanding, Nascot Wood Junior School