Pupils urged not to urinate in playground
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Parents of pupils attending a Nailsea school have been asked not to allow their children to urinate in the playground.
Kay Church, headteacher of the Federation of Hannah More Infants and Grove Junior Schools, urged parents to use the toilets available in school after one pupil was spotted urinating in the grounds.
In the school’s newsletter, she said: “Sadly it has been brought to my attention that at the end of the school day a small number of pupils are allowed by parents to urinate in the school playground.
“Clearly this is totally unacceptably behaviour, particularly as all pupils and families know where the toilets are in school.”
Mrs Church stressed there had only been one incident reported to her by parents.
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She said: “It was only on one occasion and the matter was raised by a small number of parents.
“If parents have concerns we deal with them and the matter has been addressed immediately.
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“This type of behaviour is not at all representative of the school.
“Our ethos is growing and learning together, aspiring to excellence.
“We all work hard together to make both schools a brilliant place to be.”