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Cameras in school toilets?

Cameras in school toilets?

Parents have criticised a secondary school after CCTV cameras were installed in pupils' toilets. 

Summerhill School in Kingswinford in the West Midlands claimed cameras were intended to combat bullying and vandalism.

But parents said the surveillance was "intrusive" and "creepy" and some children now refused to use the toilet.

The school said "no cameras are directed towards sensitive areas including cubicles or urinals".

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