Teacher arrested at school competition

A DEPUTY headteacher was handcuffed and driven away by a village bobby in front of school pupils.

A DEPUTY headteacher was handcuffed and driven away by a village bobby in front of school pupils.

Thankfully for Churchill Community School's Mark Branch, his arrest was at the end of a murder mystery game, not for a real crime.

Mr Branch played the role of murderer as part of an enterprise day project by year eight pupils and was taken into custody by PC Ray Bradley on June 3.

On the same day, year seven students took part in a drink-making scheme, which was won by a team called Smoothie Co after a Dragons' Den style competition.


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