EMERGENCY services were called to Tenby’s Ysgol Greenhill school at lunchtime today, February 6, following reports of a child on the school roof.

Posting on Facebook, Headmaster Ray McGovern wrote: “There was an incident at lunchtime today which required police and fire tender's attendance.

“The incident has now been brought to an end. All pupils and staff are safe and lessons are continuing as normal.”

Tenby firefighters were called at the request of police, arriving at 2.11pm, leaving at 4.28pm.

A spokesman for Dyfed-Powys Police said: "Police attended Greenhill School, Tenby this afternoon, Wednesday, February 6, following a request from the school raising concerns about the safety of a child.

"The child is now safe and police have left the premises.”

A Pembrokeshire County council spokesman said: "Police and the fire service attended Greenhill this afternoon following reports that a pupil was on the roof. The situation was resolved with no injury to the pupil."