DAILYKENN.com -- Police were called to Sir William Stanier Community School in Crewe, England after a brawl broke out.
Reports say the fight involved English and Slovakian students. Those injured included one teacher.
A teacher called the brawl a "clash of communities."
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Police are adamant that rumours of ‘large scale disorder’ at the Coronation Street school – and the brandishing of weapons such as ‘knives and screwdrivers’ – are not true.
The Chronicle received reports that youngsters were ‘hiding in classrooms out of fear’. One girl also had a chunk of her hair ripped out, while one parent said a pupil had been punched in the face.
An incident later that evening in the Richard Street area of the town, in which an 18-year-old male was arrested for possession of a plank of wood, is suspected to be linked to the fight at the school.
Parent Katie Patrick is among a number of parents who decided against sending her children to Sir William Stanier today. She said her daughter phoned her from the school’s library yesterday and was ‘extremely upset’.
She added: “I arrived at the school and there were police cars, numerous teachers and pupils outside. I was told by a member of staff that it was a ‘clash of communities’ This is not good enough. Both my kids were scared by the whole incident and I don’t want them to return until this whole situation is sorted. This wasn’t just a few girls and boys – this was like a riot and lots of kids were affected by it!”
Parents have received a text message from the school to say a letter regarding the incident would be sent home with pupils tonight. However some parents say they are angry at a ‘lack of communication’.
One said: “We’ve taken our children out for their own safety until we are reassured.
“All I’ve had is a text this morning saying there’d be a letter for us, but my son hasn’t been into school so how am I supposed to get any information?
“The school should have informed us that night. There’ve been police there today and we didn’t know yesterday that there would be security. If we had been told and had been reassured they would be safe then we’d have sent our children to school.”
Parent Michelle Goldstraw’s daughter Hollie, a Year 10 pupil, was ‘caught in the middle of it all’ and had a chunk of her hair ripped from her head.
“I got a phone call from Hollie screaming for help,” she said. “I’ve not even had a phone call off the school, it was me that had to go in and find out what was going on.”
Michelle said she’s been left in shock by the incident, adding that ‘children should be safe at school’.
Jason Fraser, principal of Sir William Stanier Community School, said: “During the lunchtime break yesterday, an altercation involving six pupils took place in the school playground. Staff responded quickly and effectively to manage the situation.
“Our school has a zero-tolerance approach to any behaviour that does not meet the high standards we expect, and we acted swiftly to exclude those involved, pending a full investigation.
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