POLICE were called to an ‘altercation’ at a special needs school in Aylesbury this morning.

Officers arrived at Booker Park School, in Stoke Leys close, at around 9 am, with reports of a ‘lockdown’ emerging soon after.

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Buckinghamshire Council has clarified what happened this morning.

A spokesperson said: “Thames Valley Police was called to Booker Park School, in Stoke Leys Close, in Aylesbury, at around 9.10am today (24/9).

“Officers attended the scene, where it was reported that an altercation had taken place.

“Students were asked by the school to remain indoors while officers attended.

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“There have not been any arrests made in connection with this.

“Anyone with information would be asked to call Thames Valley Police on 101, quoting reference 43200300766.”

Booker Park School is a primary special school which caters for children with a range of special needs.

Few details were given about the incident this morning as representatives at the school declined to comment.

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This comes despite reports of emails being sent to parents informing them of the police presence.

But Buckinghamshire Council said the incident was "quickly resolved."

The spokesperson added: "The school briefly went into lockdown as a precaution and the police attended the site.

"All children are safe and were not involved in the incident which was not related to the school and is now a matter for the police.”