Bradley Stoke Community School

Bradley Stoke Community School

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Recent spate of bike thefts in the area

Due to the recent bike thefts from the school and in the surrounding area we will be locking our pedestrian access gate from Champs-sur-Marne during the day but it will be open for students to use in the morning and after school.

We are helping the police with their enquiries and our CCTV footage has been made available to them.

In an effort to minimise the chances of students bikes being stolen the recommended bike lock is a Tungsten D Lock which is very solid and would need heavy equipment to enable it to be removed.