Police called to primary school after child 'attacked' by fellow pupil 

Officers attended a school in the Dyce area and a child was reported to relevant partner agencies.

Police called after child ‘attacked’ by fellow pupil at Aberdeen primary school iStock

Police were called to a primary school in Aberdeen after a child was allegedly assaulted by a fellow pupil.

Officers attended the school in the Greenburn Road area of Dyce area at around 2.40pm on Monday.

The child involved didn’t require any medical treatment and police traced another child in connection with the incident.

They were reported to partner agencies.

A council spokesperson said the school dealt with the incident and took “appropriate action”.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 2.40pm on Monday, July 1, 2024 we were called to a report of an assault on a child in the Greenburn Road area of Aberdeen.

“Officers attended. No medical treatment was required.

“Another child was traced in connection with the incident and a report will be submitted to partner agencies.”

An Aberdeen City Council spokesperson said: “The school dealt with the incident immediately and took the appropriate action. The safety of everyone in our schools remains our top priority.”

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