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A headteacher of a Norfolk primary school has reassured parents after a smoke bomb was thrown into a playground as children gathered for their assembly. Police were called to the school on Braydeston Avenue at 10.37am after a smoke bomb was thrown over a hedge and into the playing area. Parents later received an email from Mr Stuart-Sheppard explaining what had happened and that the matter was “being dealt with appropriately”.In the letter he said: “This morning a smoke canister was thrown over the hedge...

near the bike sheds. All pupils were inside the school at this time and all are safe.“ The canister was removed by our caretaker and passed over to the police. CLICK HERE to read the full story on the Eastern Daily Press news website.

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