Parents of children at Endeavour Primary Schools have been left shocked and disappointed after several reports of vandalism during the school holidays.
Last month, 40 parents raised concerns over vandalism with the Telegraph after more than a dozen acts were reported in just 10 weeks of Term 4 at the Port Kennedy school.
Parents and Citizens Association secretary Jacqui Karaitiana, who is monitoring activity at the school during the holidays, said she was shocked with what she had seen.
“There has been more vandalism every day since school has been out,” she said.
Mrs Karaitiana said on December 21 she checked on the school to find vandals had struck overnight, leaving more graffiti, a glass classroom door smashed and glass bottles smashed on another three classroom doors.
“A shipping container next to the classrooms, which belongs to Little Athletics, has been slightly burnt on one side, graffiti and rubbished all around,” she said.
Mrs Karaitiana said the school needed the Department of Education to put high security fencing in place.
“All the other schools in the area have the high fences and they don’t seem to have a problem,” she said.
Department of Education infrastructure acting executive director Mal Parr told the Telegraph applications for security fencing were assessed at the beginning of each school year and funding was directed to schools that experienced the highest level of wilful damage over the past three years.“The department is monitoring the situation and the school will be fenced if it is among those in greatest need,” he said.