CedarBridge student attacked on campus


CedarBridge Academy has launched an internal inquiry after a student was attacked on campus yesterday.

Kenneth Caesar, the principal, said in a statement last night that a former student came into the school building yesterday morning and led an assault in conjunction with other students.

Mr Caesar said: “The offending students were taken to the police station. The police are in the process of investigating the situation.

“All staff have been informed and the parents, or legal guardians of the current CedarBridge students who were involved have been contacted and advised of the incident.”

Mr Caesar added: “A full, school-wide investigation will be carried out to determine what protocols need to be examined, or put in place, to ensure our students receive a quality education in a safe environment.”

A police spokesman said this afternoon: “The Bermuda Police Service is aware of the incident and is currently investigating the matter.”

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Published Oct 16, 2019 at 8:16 am (Updated Oct 16, 2019 at 3:41 pm)

CedarBridge student attacked on campus

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