The Singapore Police Force, the Aljunied-Hougang Town Council and the International French School will be meeting to discuss the issue of the latter’s students vandalising, burning papers and having after-school fights at a HDB void deck, according to Stomp.
A netizen previously shared how the international school students had been congregating under the block and being public nuisances, with pieces of paper being burnt and genitals being drawn on the walls of the void deck of Block 157, Serangoon North Avenue 1 and the vicinity.
The communication and event director of the school, Sebastien Barnard, told Mothership that the school principal has also initiated an investigation to verify and take disciplinary actions.
“We don’t really have much more to say on these incidences than has already been reported. Having been made aware of the allegations, the IFS Principal has initiated an investigation with the relevant student services of the school to verify and clarify the facts and take the appropriate disciplinary measures.”
The Aljunied-Hougang Town council also added that they are aware of the incidents after being alerted by the residents, and have arranged to meet with representatives of the school and the police force to address the concerns of the residents living there.