POLICE have been called following a serious incident of threatening behaviour at Ysgol Harri Tudur Today (December 6).
The Pembrokeshire Herald received a number of calls from concerned parents who had been told by their children that a pupil at the school was allegedly in possession of a knife.
Many reported that some children were asked to stay inside the cafeteria while staff dealt with the incident.
A large number of parents then frantically tried to contact the school, who were then told the situation had been dealt with and the police were called, they claimed.
The Pembrokeshire Herald contacted Pembrokeshire County Council, a spokesperson said: “There was an incident at break time today at Ysgol Harri Tudur in Pembroke which involved threatening behaviour from a learner.
“The incident was addressed by the prompt and professional actions of staff.
“Details of the incident are currently being investigated and the police have been informed.
“The learner has been removed from the school site.”
An email, containing the same statement given to The Herald has been sent to all parents of pupils at the school.
A Dyfed-Powys Police spokesperson said: “We were called to Ysgol Harri Tudur at 1.10pm after an incident on the premises.
“Officers are investigating with enquiries ongoing.”