I use that term for a reason:
The action or an instance of forcibly taking a person or persons away against their will.
(in legal use) The illegal removal of a child from parents or guardians.
He was away from his class at Francis Askew Primary School in Hull, East Yorkshire for more than 10 minutes and driven to social services offices before teachers realised the mistake.
Now, his parents are demanding a full explanation as to why Kenzie, who has no dealings with social services, was taken.
His father Alistair Jubb said: ‘We are furious. The school CCTV shows him being away for 11 minutes, but 11 minutes is a long time when your son is with someone he doesn’t know.
‘How did they get the wrong child? We want to know exactly how this has happened.
‘I am absolutely furious with the school. The head has assured me this will never happen again, but I wouldn’t have ever expected it to happen in the first place.
‘Somebody has messed up somewhere along the line and we want to know who it was and how it happened.’
The school contacted the city council’s Safeguarding Children Board when they realised the error and an investigation is being carried out.
Mr Jubb said: ‘The school called his mum and she was distraught. When she called me, all sorts went through my head.
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