Byline: RORY CARROLL
PARENTS were warned yesterday that sending their children to school with cash for dinners and bus fares may make them targets for bullies.
They were also told to avoid dressing youngsters in designer clothes, another magnet for playground thugs.
The warnings by police in West Yorkshire were condemned as 'over the top' by one child protection charity. But a force spokesman said: 'It's like the law of the jungle. Some children are preyed upon, others do the preying.'
Pupils moving to a new school are especially vulnerable, said police, and should use alternatives to cash whenever possible - such as prepaid bus fares, packed …