Councillor Jeff James is a governor at Rhws Primary School. He told ITV News this morning's incident was a 'shock', but said school leaders did as much as possible to reassure children and staff in the aftermath.
Dr George Findlay from University Hospital of Wales has given ITV News an update on the condition of those still being treated, including a nine-year old girl still in intensive care.
Police have stressed that the incident is not being treated as a deliberate act at this stage.
Two out of three people admitted with injuries to the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend have now been discharged.
Six others were taken to the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff following this morning's collision near Rhws Primary School.
Chief Superintendent Joe Ruddy, who has been leading South Wales Police investigations into this morning's collision in Rhoose, says investigations will continue to establish exactly what happened.
Police say one child remains in intensive care after suffering injuries in this morning's collision near Rhws Primary School in the Vale of Glamorgan.
At a police press conference this afternoon, journalists were told the five injured children are aged between five and ten years old.
Their conditions are 'changing throughout the day', police said, but none of the injuries are life-threatening.
The child most badly injured is in a 'serious but stable condition'.
Meanwhile two adult women will be operated on after suffering broken bones in the incident.
Police confirmed a driver is helping them with their enquiries but the incident is not being treated as suspicious.
They also praised school leaders and thanked members of the public who assisted at the scene.
A Rhoose business owner who arrived at work minutes after this morning's collision has told ITV News the mood locally is 'very sombre'.
Glenys Watson, who runs a cafe just yards from Rhws Primary School, comforted mothers and children in the aftermath.
She said due to the loud bang and screams some people initially thought a gun had been fired.
"Rhoose is a sleepy little village," she said. "This has woken that sleepy village up."
Nine people, including five children, were injured when the black Audi overturned.
Police officers at the scene of a collision near a primary school in Rhoose have removed a broken lollipop sign.
The local lollipop lady is understood to be one of nine people injured in the incident as she helped children to cross the road.
Police say they do not believe the collision was a deliberate act.
One Rhws Primary School pupil - with full permission - spoke to ITV News about the collision, in which her friend was involved.
"I was just walking down the playground when I heard the bang," she said.
An adult and child injured in the Rhoose collision this morning are due to be discharged from hospital, according to Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board.
They were being treated for minor injuries at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend.
A third person admitted with them is reportedly stable.
Meanwhile six others, including four children, are being treated at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.