PUPILS were evacuated from another primary school this week after terrifying threats were made. 

Kids from St John's Primary school were moved to the safety of Newton Primary after an anonymous telephone threat. 

This is the second school in South Ayrshire to be targeted, with Doonfoot Primary being evacuated for a short time on Tuesday morning. 

Douglas Hutchison, South Ayrshire Council’s Director of Educational Services, said: “St John’s Primary was evacuated today after the school received an anonymous telephone threat.

“Although there was no suggestion that this was a credible threat, the school was evacuated as a precaution.

"All children were moved safely to Newton Primary where they were looked after by their own teachers and school staff.

"Once the emergency services gave the all clear and declared it safe to return, pupils and staff returned to St John’s.”