Staff and pupils at a primary school in Louth have been left saddened after pupils’ work was destroyed by ‘mindless’ vandals at the weekend.
Youngsters at Kidgate Primary Academy had designed and created their own signs in Cinder Lane outside the school in a bid to prevent problem parking by parents dropping off and picking up their children.
But on Saturday night they were smashed by cruel vandals and left littered on the floor.
School head Tracey Roberts said the pupils, as well as parents and staff, were ‘saddened and upset’ at seeing their work destroyed.
Govenor Andrew Willson said: “It makes me sick to the stomach to be honest.”
Read the full story in the Louth Leader, out tomorrow.