A BOY of 13 has been arrested after three teachers were assaulted at a secondary school.
The teenager allegedly kicked and spat at staff before he was escorted from the site.
He returned with a handful of friends, as Redbridge Community School in Southampton went into lockdown.
Headteacher Jason Ashley said: “The safety of the students and staff is paramount. The lockdown was for the safety and welfare of the children.
“We will do anything within our power to challenge anti-social and poor behaviour.”
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A Hampshire Constabulary spokesman said: “We were called at 11.38am yesterday morning to a report that a student assaulted three teachers at Redbridge Community School. No weapon was used.
“Officers attended and later arrested a 13-year-old boy on suspicion of three assaults.”
Redbridge Community School was in the news in July 2018 after pupil Lucy McHugh, 13, was murdered by Stephen Nicholson, now 26.
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