A senior staff member from the Regent's Park zoo sent a strongly worded email to head teacher Kerry Targett, listing four incidents involving pupils from the school and demanding that she speak to staff to get their "perspective" on the visit.
Unsupervised students were seen by staff spitting on birds within the Snowdon Aviary during their educational visit on July 13, with the zoo slamming their "completely unacceptable behaviour".
One pupil had to be treated in hospital for a spinal injury after he was pushed into a glass panel in a door by a schoolmate. Having struck his head, he was knocked unconscious for several minutes.
In two other incidents, at least two students were asked to leave educational classes and one session was cut short because of "behavioural issues".Ahhhh, Croydon. What a place!
This is not the first time that concerns have been raised about the behaviour of pupils at the school.
In May, Mrs Targett, who is in her first full year at the Church of England school in Warrington Road, confirmed she had called the police on her pupils during their last day of school in order to force them to "go home and study".It's really no surprise, is it?