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The operator is distraught to think that he does not cater for the welfare of these animals.Parents at two other schools in Hampshire, Foxhills Infant School and Foxhills Junior Schools, were told they can collect their children if they wish because of the extreme heat.A spokeswoman said: 'We've told parents because of the weather they can collect their children.Furious parent Ann Evans said the controversial decision 'sent by text' meant all the parents had been forced to change their days. It is not teaching the kids any values at all.'We were told we (the school) was shutting because of the heat. And a third parent added: 'I think something else could have been done rather than closing the school.'Headteacher Melanie Beardsley refused to discuss why she had shut the school early because of the heat.Ms Evans, 43 - whose 11-year-old son attends the almost 200-pupil school, said: 'It is utterly stupid. Instead a spokeswoman said the reason was on the school website.It was also the second hottest June day since records began 167 years ago.
As Britain sizzled in the sunshine, several primary schools in Hampshire advised parents to collect their children early - in one case closing its doors mid-morning - while strict school uniform enforcement across the country has left students sweltering and parents fuming.At Glastonbury festival, Somerset dozens of festival-goers collapsed from heat stroke.Meanwhile at the summer solstice event at Stonehenge 13,000 people gathered at the ancient site.And for the first time in almost 100 years, donkey rides were cancelled at a seaside resort in South Wales as it was too hot for the animals.The heatwave also claimed its fourth victim after a 50-year-old man collapsed and died while hillwalking in the Lake District.But cooler temperatures, storms and even localised flooding are on the way today, forecasters say.