Teachers at Little Paxton Primary School contacted police at 9.30am today. Officers are still at the scene although no device has been found. Concerned parents have contacted The Hunts Post following the bomb scare, the second to be sent to a local primary school in less than four weeks. Worried mum Joanne Clark, 34, said: I was at home, just doing the housework, when I got a call just after 11 oclock. It was one of the tutors, saying I needed to pick the children up because they had had a bomb scare at the school. Before they had even finished their sentence I had put the phone down and was running down the road. There were quite a few worried parents collecting their children. They had been taken to sit and wait on a green area near Sweetings Avenue. Mrs Clark, who has two sons at the school, aged five and eight, said the children were relaxed and the staff were calm. She said: I couldnt praise them enough. They were very organised. You dont expect something like this in Little Paxton. Were such a small, tight-knit community. At the end of the day its probably a hoax but you cant risk it. Whoever is sending these emails needs to be caught. They are a sick individual doing it for kicks and it is not acceptable. On May 29, children at The Vine Inter-Church Primary School in Cambourne were evacuated after staff received an emailed bomb threat.