This is Plymouth report:

STUDENTS have claimed more than £15,000 in compensation from Plymouth City Council for personal injuries at city schools, The Herald can reveal.

One student was pushed off a slide, another reacted to an antibacterial spray used for cleaning and another sustained burns to the forearms.

In the last three financial years the total the council has paid out is £15,845 for the incidents.

The pupil who sustained burns to their forearms was paid £9,700, while the pupil who was injured when pushed off a slide received £4,145.

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