A school head is “very concerned” about pupil safety after ‘anti-vaxxers’ allegedly photographed students from a neighbouring school.

Beaconsfield High School headteacher Mrs Rachel Smith has spoken out about pupil safeguarding after protesters allegedly took photos of “every child” they leafleted at next-door The Beaconsfield School this week.

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

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It comes after similar incidents occurred at Amersham School on October 11, and Sir William Borlase in Marlow yesterday.

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“The individuals did not come down as far as Beaconsfield High School but remained at the top of the road by The Beaconsfield School,” said Mrs Smith.

“However, all of our leadership team and others were alerted to this incident and were out at our gates just in case.

“I remain very concerned about the safeguarding of children if these people video them without their permission.

“Their school uniform can identify where they are and no one knows the back stories for some of the students.

“I agree with the right to protest but not to intimidate and frighten children aged 11 or more.”

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