Anfield Road Primary School has issued a statement following reports of gunfire outside the school on Tuesday morning.
Police are investigating the incident which happened while parents were dropping their children off at the school around 9am.
We would like to reassure people that our children are safe and were unaware of the incident that happened outside of the school site this morning.
The site was not evacuated, the school day is continuing as normal and a trip for some pupils took place as planned.
Due to the closure of the road for the police investigation we will be letting parents know about a change in arrangements to pick up their children at home time.
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The 34-year-old officer was hit by a Mitsubishi pick-up truck while trying to use a stinger device on the vehicle taken in a burglary.
He died in hospital shortly after the incident in Wallasey on October 5.
Two women and a man have been charged in connection with the murder of Pc Dave Phillips.
The 34-year-old officer was hit by a Mitsubishi pick-up truck while trying to use a stinger device on the vehicle taken in a burglary last week.
He died in hospital shortly after the incident in Wallasey, Merseyside on October 5.
"We can confirm that three people have been charged with assisting an offender following the murder of Pc Dave Phillips in the early hours of Monday, 5 October 2015.
"Georgia Clarke, 19, of Knowsley Road, Wallasey; Dawn Cooper, 34, of Wheatland Lane, Wallasey, and Michael Smith, 19, of Widmore Road are charged with assisting an offender.
"They will appear at Wirral Magistrates' Court this morning."
- Clayton Williams, 18, is accused of Pc Phillips' murder and other offences related to the incident and will appear for a further court hearing next week in Liverpool.
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The family of police officer David Phillips are visiting the scene of the collision in Wallasey where he was fatally injured.
The 34-year-old father of two died after being struck by a stolen vehicle on Monday.
Merseyside Police say the constable's family will be laying floral tributes at the scene this morning.
They will be joined by the Chief Constable Sir Jon Murphy, and the Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner, Jane Kennedy.
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Two other men, a 31-year-old and a 40-year-old man, both from Kensington, who were also arrested on suspicion of murder have been released on conditional police bail pending further enquiries.