School bans nearly ALL its pupils from end of year fun day

  Mail Online 
Only 29 pupils out of 420 at Maypole Primary School in Dartford, Kent, will be able to attend the event - leaving the rest of the children confined to the classroom for the day. ▶ Full story on dailymail.co.uk
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