Mum banned from entering her child’s primary school after writing letters of complaint for a year

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Milverton Primary school.

A mum has been banned from entering her child’s primary school and given a restraining order against four teachers – after bombarding staff with complaints.

The woman first lodged a complaint against a teacher in September 2016, which escalated into a letter-writing campaign both to the school and to Ofsted.

The letters accused staff of racism, false imprisonment, forgery and defamation.

She complained that one staff member had failed to safeguard her child and until July 2017 continued to contact the school by phone call and email complaining.

She even threatened to have a member of staff removed from the school, the court was told.

The mum, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was given a restraining order against four members of staff at Milverton Community Primary School in Somerset, and cannot enter the grounds until March 12, 2019.

A non-conviction restraining order was imposed at Taunton Deane Magistrates’ Court, after the CPS dropped a charge of harassment citing lack of evidence.

A civil injunction with similar conditions was imposed on a man living at the same address as the woman last year.

A spokesperson for Milverton Primary School said: “We will not comment on the personal circumstances of any individual connected to the school.”

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