Bomb Threat Claims ‘Shrapnel Will Take Children’s Heads Off’, School Responds by…

Screen Shot 2016-05-23 at 8.57.11 AMSounds like a terrorist carrying out his jihad, does it not? Check out what the school did to protect the students. Was it the right response?

A secondary school has evacuated during GCSE exams due to a bomb threat.

The school received a phone call warning of a bomb on the site, warning that ‘the shrapnel will take children’s heads off’.

All the pupils at the school were pulled from class, including 240 who were sitting a GCSE English exam.

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Police were called to site at Canterbury Academy in Canterbury, Kent and conducted a painstaking search of the buildings, but thankfully were unable to find anything.

Head teacher Phil Karnavas said: ‘It’s almost certainly a hoax but with what’s happening across Europe I’m not prepared to take that gamble.’

He added that secretarial staff received ‘repeated’ calls from an adult male claiming an explosive device was hidden in the school.


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