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Nanny state? Pupils kept indoors during smog

Education: Primary / Sat 5th Apr 2014 at 07:56am

peartree2PUPILS were kept indoors at a Harlow school this week after parents raised their concerns about the high pollution levels of smog in the area.

Primary pupils at Pear Tree Mead Primary and Nursery School near Southern Way were kept inside after the school decided it would be best for their health and safety.

Deputy headteacher Christine Peden told a newspaper that she made the decision based on a few phone calls from parents whose children had health issues.

There are over 300 pupils in the school.

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