Pupils ‘foamed at the mouth’ after smoking cannabis vape to calm themselves ahead of an exam


Three teenagers were taken to hospital after smoking a cannabis vape in school – said to have been brought in by a pupil in a bid to calm themselves ahead of an exam.

Other pupils at Unity College in Burnley, Lancashire, were treated on site after suffering a severe reaction.

The device, laced with THC oil, the psychoactive chemical in cannabis, was allegedly brought in by a Year 11 student in an attempt to ‘chill’ ahead of a GCSE exam.

But it is claimed the vape was passed round at break and smoked by pupils at the school, which caters for kids as young as 11.

One mum told The Sun: ‘It’s shocking. The school needs to get a grip.’

The parent’s daughter is alleged to have a boy foaming at the mouth as paramedics and police arrived at the school, which serves more than 1,100 children aged 11 to 16 and was rated Good by Ofsted after its last inspection in 2018.

Headteacher Jane Richardson said three pupils went to hospital to be assessed on Thursday.

She added that staff worked with police and paramedics ‘to bring the incident quickly under control’.

It is unclear whether any of the students remain in hospital.

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