Parental Safeguarding Incident

8th March 2019

Last night one of our female students was walking home alone from school along Popes Lane in Bournville, when 3 males of school age (unknown to her) approached her from behind, physically assaulted her and stole her mobile phone.

As always, please remind your child to be extra vigilant on their journey to and from school and to keep all valuables out of sight also, to not have earphones in so that they are aware of what is going on around them.

Dame Elizabeth took part in #Take10toRead last week with some fantastic reading for mental health taking place across school. Pupils thoroughly enjoyed sitting back and getting into a good book in aid of Mental Health Day. #Take10toRead #LiteracyTrust #MentalHealthDay

@WaseleyHills @knbs_school @FollowDECTC @thefactory_YPC @StEdCampSixth representing Birmingham at Queens Baton Relay, check out the pictures in our twitter feed

Dame Elizabeth took part in #Take10toRead last week with some fantastic reading for mental health taking place across school. Pupils thoroughly enjoyed sitting back and getting into a good book in aid of Mental Health Day. #Take10toRead #LiteracyTrust #MentalHealthDay

@WaseleyHills @knbs_school @FollowDECTC @thefactory_YPC @StEdCampSixth representing Birmingham at Queens Baton Relay, check out the pictures in our twitter feed

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Contact Number: 0121 464 4040

Email to Ms J Newsome: enquiry@decschool.co.uk

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