A schoolboy was arrested after a teacher was reportedly attacked at a Cheshire school.
Police were called to Congleton High School in Box Lane on Friday, April 23, to reports of an assault.
The teacher managed to escape the incident uninjured.
Police say no weapons were used in the incident.
A Cheshire Police spokesman said: “At around 11.30am on Friday April 23 police received a report of a pupil having assaulted a teacher at Congleton High School.
“Officers attended and arrested a teenage boy on suspicion of assault.
“After being interviewed in custody he was released under investigation pending further inquiries.
“The teacher was not injured as a result of the incident.
“There have been no reports of weapons being involved.”
In an email to parents headteacher Jim Barlow confirmed the school had gone into ‘lockdown’.
He said: “The incident involved a student assaulting a teacher. No weapons were involved and the teacher did not sustain any injuries as a result of the incident.
“Following the incident the teenager left the school site.
“A short time later he returned to the school. He was not allowed back into the building at the police were called.
“While waiting for the police to arrive the school was placed into lockdown as a precautionary measure.
“I would like to reassure you this is an isolated incident and the appropriate safeguarding measures were put into place to ensure there were no risks to any students at the school.”
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