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Conwy school’s anti-social behaviour still under investigation

A COUNCIL issued a statement and police confirmed an investigation is “ongoing” after a secondary school was targeted by stone throwing students. Pupils at Ysgol y Creuddyn, near Penrhyn Bay were kept inside when youths from another school turned up at the Welsh secondary on Derwen Lane, Glanwydden.

They threw cans and rocks and shouted abuse to teachers and school staff, it’s been reported. Conwy County Council wouldn’t identify the other schools involved in the incident, despite Ysgol y Creuddyn confirming other secondary schools have been notified about the conduct of their pupils.

The council said that the school building was secured and pupils kept safe. It would not comment on the extent of the damage.

A council spokeswoman said: “We are aware of an incident at Ysgol y Creuddyn on Tuesday. “We can confirm that school staff followed the appropriate procedures, notified North Wales Police, and secured the building to ensure pupil safety,” she said.

She added: “Pupils continued their afternoon classes and the school day finished at the usual time.”

A North Wales Police spokesman said: “Our investigation is currently ongoing.”