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Pupils expelled after making DIY FLAMETHROWER at school

TWO pupils were kicked out of school for trying to make a DIY flamethrower out of an aerosol can.

The incident on the Isle of Wight was among nearly 1,500 involving kids bringing weapons into the classroom.

The figures show others were expelled over weapons including knuckle-dusters and a truncheon (stock photo of DIY flamethrower)

The figures show others were expelled over weapons including knuckle-dusters and a truncheon (stock photo of DIY flamethrower)Credit: Alamy

In another alarming report, a schoolgirl turned her lipstick into a Killing Eve-style knife — attaching a blade to the end and threatening another pupil.

The figures show others were expelled over weapons including knuckle-dusters and a truncheon.

In Oldham, officials admitted to 67 incidents, including a pupil shooting another in the leg with a BB gun.

There was a similar incident in Bradford.

One pupil was expelled for attacking another with a shard of glass in North Yorkshire while another threw scissors.

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Hammers and fireworks were among the arsenal in Barking and Dagenham, East London.

In Durham, where the lipstick incident took place, a pupil was injured in an assault by another using a pencil sharpener blade.

Freedom of Information requests revealed 1,490 expulsions last year involving weapons, although many local authorities did not provide data.

Campaign for Real Education chairman Christopher McGovern said: “The breakdown of order on our streets is spilling over into schools.”

The Department for Education said it was providing targeted support in the worst-hit areas.

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