POLICE, paramedics and an air ambulance attended a 'medical emergency' outside Cheney School this afternoon.

There were reports of emergency services near the Headington school around 3.15pm.

South Central Ambulance Service confirmed it sent an ambulance crew, specialist paramedic and critical care unit from the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Team to the scene.

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A SCAS spokeswoman did not reveal any more about the condition of the person.

Thames Valley Police spokeswoman Caity Rosetti said officers were also called to a 'medical episode' at 2.35pm.

A Cheney School spokesperson said: "There was a medical emergency on Cheney Lane outside of Cheney school this afternoon. 

"It was a personal medical emergency involving a single member of the public.  There is no cause for alarm. 

"Our thoughts are with everyone affected at this time."