Local parents are probably aware of the attempted abduction of a secondary school aged child in the Highams Park area in July 2011. These sort of incidents can occur at any time. We would urge all parents to make clear to their children the need to be vigilant and take care at all times, particularly on the way to and from school.

If you become aware of any child who has been approached at any time, then please contact the police.

police_helmetA police spokesman said: "I would always ask parents to remind children about the importance of not talking to or going with strangers. Equally, parents should ensure they are happy with their children's whereabouts at all times. If any children know about any incidents where either they or a friend have been approached by a stranger in circumstances that cause concern, then they should contact police without delay".

Here are some links to websites that can offer more general advice about so called "stranger-danger", DirectGov, NetMums, MyChildSafety,

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rucksackCould parents please ensure that their children use a suitable bag for school to carry their books, equipment and PE kit. Please see the section called Materials to be provided by the pupil on the School Rules page and the Uniform Reminders page.

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