School closed in armed police stand-off in Coventry

1/10/2022 1:36:00 PM

School closed in armed police stand-off in Coventry

School closed in armed police stand-off in Coventry

A man believed to be with a child has refused to come out of a home in Coventry, police say.

They were called to property on Earlsdon Avenue North at about 00:20 GMT on Sunday to carry out a welfare check on the man and a child.Image caption,"At one point there was more than 10 armed officers, along with four ambulances," he said.Vehicles have been stopped from entering Earlsdon Avenue North

She described the heavy police presence as "unsettling, especially when you've got two kids in the house".Earlsdon Primary School, which stands within the cordon, was closed to pupils on Monday "in order to keep everybody safe", said deputy head teacher Rebecca Bollands.

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Yes the headline is awful - but it is correct. As for the armed police, that's normal for siege type situations, we should remember our police are exceptionally well trained, armed officers even more so. I think negotiators are in same unit as well. Fingers crossed My mind lurched right back to the attack in a primary school when a teacher lost her life protecting her pupils from a knife attack... And this headline turns out to be an attention seeking one as the school is closed for safety rather than an attack in the school. Naughty that

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Image caption, An area of Newcombe Road and Earlsdon Avenue North remains closed Roads and a primary school are closed while armed officers remain in a stand-off with a man in a Coventry house.‘Queensland will be facing its biggest test over the next four weeks,’ Annastacia Palaszczuk said when announcing a two-week delay to the 2022 school year.An institution that has no timetable, no year groups, no head and no classrooms is part of a radical approach to education in the Netherlands..

They were called to property on Earlsdon Avenue North at about 00:20 GMT on Sunday to carry out a welfare check on the man and a child. West Midlands Police said the child was still thought to be inside, with the man refusing to leave. Photograph: Jono Searle/AAP Sun 9 Jan 2022 05. The street is cordoned off along with neighbouring Newcombe Road. They jump on the bumper, pop the bonnet, toot the horn and open the boot. Image caption, Residents say they have been told not to leave their homes unless escorted by police A resident living within the cordoned-off area said he had watched as the amount of emergency services outside the property increased on Sunday. The state reported 18,000 Covid cases on Sunday taking the total number of active cases to 80,563. "At one point there was more than 10 armed officers, along with four ambulances," he said.

Those numbers had decreased overnight, he explained, but on Monday morning the amount of armed police had "started to gear up again". The premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk, said it was too risky for children – who remain mostly unvaccinated – to return to school on 24 January when the Omicron outbreak is likely to be peaking. But in fact the young people are outside a school and this is part of their education. Image caption, Vehicles have been stopped from entering Earlsdon Avenue North Kate, a mother who lives on Newcombe Road, said she had been told by officers not to leave her house "unless we're escorted down and up the street". "We talk to [officers] as and when we can," she said. Students in Year 10 or younger will make up for the delay by doing an extra week of school at the end of the year in December. "Then we're just keeping an eye on the news to see what's going on." She described the heavy police presence as "unsettling, especially when you've got two kids in the house". “The peak will be in the last week of January to the first week of February.

Image caption, An information centre has been set up for residents in Earlsdon Community Library Earlsdon Primary School, which stands within the cordon, was closed to pupils on Monday "in order to keep everybody safe", said deputy head teacher Rebecca Bollands. "This is a really tough day and we're hoping that we can reopen to children as soon as we can," she added. It is sensible, it is logical, to delay the start of the school year so children can be safe, children get vaccinated, and families can be safe. An information centre for residents affected by the closure has been set up in the nearby Earlsdon Community Library. Image source, Laura Dear Are you in the area? Is there any information you'd like to share? Contact us by emailing haveyoursay@bbc. The state’s education minister, Grace Grace, said the two weeks of the delay would be treated as pupil free days and teachers would receive full pay.co.

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