Sadly, it's amongst the parents:
West Blatchington Primary and Nursery School has received a complaint about mothers being intimidated as they drop their children off.Good grief...!
Reports of swearing, cigarette smoke blown at people, and obstruction of the school gates have also been logged.
Teachers are now standing outside the building, in Amberley Drive, Hangleton, Hove, to resolve any potential conflict during drop-off periods.
Rachel Simmonds, acting deputy headteacher of the school, said: "A complaint was brought to our attention and we began investigating it immediately.*sigh*
"We are not aware of any clashes between parents before that date. We are an inclusive school and committed to providing a safe and enjoyable educational environment.
"The governors and senior leadership team are working together to resolve any issues raised."
Why do I suspect that if this was a bullying incident by the pupils, there wouldn't be half as much fuss?
And when was it the job of the teachers to prevent the adults from acting like children outside school premises?