A SCHOOL has made a plea for vandals to come forward after being faced with ‘vile’ graffiti in an outdoor learning facility.

Wat’s Dyke Primary School, in Garden Village, have made an appeal for information after the outdoor classroom area was defaced with foul language and the nearby gardens trashed.

Mr James Jones, the school’s acting head teacher, said that children were moments away from seeing the vile messages when heading for a reading session with their teacher.

The outdoor classroom was designed and built by the students and staff of Coleg Cambria’s Carpentry and Joinery department and was officially opened in July last year.

He told the Leader: “We think this has happened over the summer holiday’s but we were shocked when we came across the graffiti upon returning to school this week. It baffles me why someone would think to leave these vile words in a place that children learn and play.

“We would like whoever is involved to come forward and speak with us. It is important for people to know that their actions have consequences and we enforce this through one of our school values of being caring people. ”

Mr Jones wanted to give a special thanks to parents who, after seeing the school post about the incident on social media, have organised to come along to the site on Saturday and clean up the graffiti.

Mr Jones added that North Wales Police are involved in this case and will look at the CCTV footage captured buy the cameras that cover the area to see if they have been caught in the act.

He also appealed that - if anybody knows anything about the damage, saw it happening or spotted anyone hanging around school over the summer break – to phone the police and let them know.

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Wat's Dyke School.