A headmistress of a British primary school has been forced to tell parents to stop doing drug deals when they drop their kids off.
''put the reputation of our school and the children's needs first''
Police are now investigating after teachers witnessed ''disturbing incidents'' in view of pupils at Longview Primary School in Liverpool, England.
One mum was spotted smoking cannabis at 9am after finishing her morning school run and another parent was seen purchasing drugs from a vehicle outside the school at lunchtime.
Amanda Casey, headteacher of the 300-plus pupil school, wrote a letter to parents asking them to ''put the reputation of our school and the children's needs first''.
The letter stated: ''On one occasion a parent was seen apparently buying drugs from a car at around 1.15pm and at another time a mother appeared to be smoking cannabis at 9am. The fact that both of these events took place very close to our school, when there are children around, causes me a great deal of concern.''