Videos have emerged from an anti-vaccination protest outside a Bucks school as pupils were leaving for home.

"Don't take the vaccine" was heard being played on repeat from a large speaker as one protester led the demonstration with a microphone at the gates of The Beaconsfield School.

A QR code directed pupils to the anti-vaccination song that the protester was blasting out loud on the speaker.

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As teachers and parents escorted the children away from the school protesters were handing out leaflets warning pupils of the reasons why not to get the vaccine.

The protester with the microphone said: "Leave the children alone.

"Hey children, you don't have to go no where, they are going to force you to take the vaccine.

"Don't let them force any of these vaccines on you.

"Can I ask you something? Do these teachers tell you about the dangers of the vaccine? 

"They aren't going to tell you because they are following government guidelines."

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Teachers are heard asking protesters "not to film outside the school" as they are "trying to protect children" with one saying "shame on you" towards a protester.

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One parent said: “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.”

The day after the protest headteacher Peter Tang said: "As ever, we are focused on making sure our children are thriving in school, and are safe and well at all times,”

“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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Protesters descended on The Beaconsfield School on October 13 with similar incidents occurring at Amersham School, Sir William Borlase, The Great Marlow School this month.

Buckinghamshire Council has said anyone “has a right to peaceful protest on public land”, but that it condemns “in the strongest possible terms” harassing schoolchildren “with dangerous propaganda”.

Cabinet member for education and children’s services, Cllr Anita Cranmer also said: “As a council, we have provided advice to schools as to what actions they can take using current legislation and guidance should any anti-vax protesters try to approach students on school grounds – which under the Education Act 1996 is a criminal offence."

The Home Secretary, Priti Patel, told the Daily Telegraph said it is “completely unacceptable” for anti-vaccination campaigners to be harassing members of the public outside school gates.

The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) revealed earlier this month that most of the schools surveyed by the union (79%) had been targeted by anti-vaxxers.

The Daily Telegraph also quoted Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi as saying the “disgraceful actions of a small minority … must be brought to an end”.

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It comes as Labour called for councils to be able to use exclusion orders to address harassment outside schools.

Sir Keir Starmer said it was “sickening” that those against vaccinations were demonstrating at the school gates.

He said: “It is sickening that anti-vax protesters are spreading dangerous misinformation to children in protests outside of schools.

“Labour believes the law around public spaces protection orders (PSPOs) urgently needs to be updated so that local authorities can rapidly create exclusion zones for anti-vax protests outside of schools.”

The Bucks Free Press has contacted The Beaconsfield School and Thames Valley Police about the incident and the emergence of the video.