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School reminds parents of stranger danger

St Laurence in Thanet Church of England Junior Academy today messaged parents to ask them to remind their children of the danger of talking to strangers after a child was approached by a man in Warre recreation ground.

In an update on social media, the school wrote:

We text parents today to advise that children should not walk home unaccompanied through Warre Recreation ground. This is because one of our children was approached by a man there yesterday. He left when the child’s friends came over. No-one was hurt but the police have suggested that we make parents aware. Ensure that you remind your child about stranger danger.

It is unclear if there was any ill intent but parents should always be mindful to teach their children how to remain safe. Such as, for example, only travelling with friends and always telling your parents where you are going.

If you have any concerns you should call 101 which is the number to report crime and other concerns that do not require an emergency response.

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