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Mum's fury over home-alone Callum

PUBLISHED: 13:13 04 April 2003 | UPDATED: 13:42 03 March 2010

ANGRY mum Sharon Taylor told today how she found her young son sitting on her back doorstep – after he walked out of school to wander home alone.

Five-year-old Callum Taylor should have been at an after-school club at Grange Primary, Felixstowe, learning short tennis, but teachers did not even know he had left the building and was walking the streets.

ANGRY mum Sharon Taylor told today how she found her young son sitting on her back doorstep – after he walked out of school to wander home alone.

Five-year-old Callum Taylor should have been at an after-school club at Grange Primary, Felixstowe, learning short tennis, but teachers did not even know he had left the building and was walking the streets.

Today, headteacher Sally Frost said an immediate review was being undertaken of school procedures and these would be tightened to stop a repeat incident.

But Mrs Taylor said: "Anything could have happened to him – it just doesn't bear thinking about."

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