Document blunder

20th February 2009 at 00:00

School documents with pupils' names on them have been found lying in a shop, a council admitted.

The individual education plans for pupils at Fullhurst Community College in Leicester have now been handed back to Leicester City Council.

A shopkeeper in the city who found the documents told the Leicester Mercury: "I looked at some and realised they were sensitive. They talk about children's learning and behavioural difficulties." A council spokesman said the papers did not feature addresses or phone numbers.

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