TEENAGERS involved in a mass brawl at a grammar school attended by pupils from Huddersfield will not face criminal charges.
But they could be excluded.
Police questioned five students from Crossley Heath School in Halifax following the trouble on Skircoat Moor on April 20.
More than 30 pupils - including at least two girls - were involved in the fight just yards from the school gates. Two suffered minor injuries.
Now, in a letter to parents, head teacher Helen Gaunt said police did not intend to pursue the matter.
She wrote: "Although no charges have been made it has been an extremely unpleasant experience for those students.
"It is now my understanding that the police, following the advice of the Crown Prosecution Service, do not intend to take the matter any further.
"The reasons for this is that they received conflicting evidence from the two groups involved and have no independent evidence.
"We are still in the process of determining appropriate school sanctions for the main offenders. These are likely to be exclusions."
Miss Gaunt said the incident started was sparked by a Year 10 boy and involved pupils from his year as well as post-16 students.
She added: "In six years as head here an incident of this seriousness has been unprecedented and I hope it will not happen again."