A PRIMARY school has warned parents about pupils being followed by teenagers.

In its newsletter, Madley Brook school said that 'several incidents' have been reported in the last few days by worried pupils.

A group of teenagers have been following pupils as they walk home or to and from shops in Madley Park.

The police have been made aware and the school said pupils in years five and six have been spoken to about staying safe.

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The school is telling parents to speak to younger children who are likely to be unsupervised on the estate if they feel frightened or intimidated.

The school reported break-ins to its PE shed and reading shed last week and that police caught two intruders in the school grounds on two separate occasions.

Thames Valley Police posted on Facebook this week to say it has been carrying out patrols around Madley Park due to 'recent anti social behaviour'.