Leeds parents sent emails about 'soft' lockdown restrictions after 'threat' report at schools
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The warning reportedly threatened violence to children and staff. Worried parents received emails informing them about "soft" lockdown restrictions after the threat was made.
Parents were told in a message from Westerton Primary Academy, in Tingley that the phone lines should be kept clear unless there is an emergency.
Blenheim Primary School confirmed in a statement on their website that while they themselves had not been affected it is believed “up to 80 schools” have received the warning.
Staff at Wigton Moor Primary School were also sent a warning, seen by the YEP.