Primary schools forced to close after terrifying BOMB threats spark panic

A number of schools have been forced to stop lessons after they received malicious emails with the ominous warning. The Daily Star reports

Aldbrough Primary School, which is around 11 miles from Hull, posted on Facebook that it had been sent the warning. Hornsea Community Primary School and Gilberdyke Primary have closed following the threats.

Albrough said on Facebook: “Last term a number of schools received hoax bomb threats. We have received a bomb threat email this morning.”

More than 10 schools have decided to stop children coming in after the email.

North Newbald and Howden primary schools have closed, according to the Hull Daily Mail.

The parent of a Gilberdke pupil told the website: “It was a shock to hear but school are not saying why just saying exceptional circumstances.

“You don’t expect this to happen, why put the frighteners on young children is awful.

“People that do this as a joke is disgusting!”

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