‘Anti-vaxxers’ allegedly took photos of pupils they were leafleting at a school – and directed them to a streaming service that played a song warning them not to get the coronavirus vaccine.

Protesters descended on The Beaconsfield School yesterday (October 13), where they allegedly photographed “every child” who took leaflets from them questioning the jab.

One protester also allegedly had a QR code on a loudspeaker, directing pupils to an anti-vax song.

The news comes after similar incidents occurred at Amersham School on October 11, and Sir William Borlase in Marlow this morning.

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“My daughter told me one guy in particular was taking photos of every child who took the leaflets from them,” said one parent.

“The guy with the tannoy had QR codes on his speaker for the children to scan and it takes them directly to his Spotify account.

“You couldn’t make this up.

“Well done the teachers for being alert and on hand for the worried children.”

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“As ever, we are focused on making sure our children are thriving in school, and are safe and well at all times,” said head teacher Peter Tang.

“Whilst young people have suffered enormous disruption over the last eighteen months, I remain hugely impressed with the dedication and commitment that students at The Beaconsfield School have shown.

“Whilst I recognise the right of anyone to have their voice heard, some of the protesters’ behaviour caused myself and my staff concern.

“Young people have a right to expect physical and emotional safety from adults and this remains our priority.

“I remain in contact with our local MP, the police and Buckinghamshire Council to ensure our school and local community is safe.

“As a school, one of our greatest strengths is our support from our local community and I am grateful for their help and support in keeping our young people safe and well.”

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