A video of the scene has been released after seven children and two adults were hurt when a Land Rover crashed into a building at a girls’ prep school in Wimbledon.

The driver stopped at the scene of the crash at The Study Preparatory School in Camp Road, and no arrests have yet been made, the Metropolitan Police said.

The video shows the emergency services at the scene which included officers, firefighters and paramedics, including London’s Air Ambulance who responded at around 9.54am on Thursday.

The incident is not being treated as terror-related.

Wimbledon MP Stephen Hammond told the the PA news agency several of those hurt were “critically injured”.

He said: “Since being declared by the local police a major incident, you’ve seen that we’ve had fire, air ambulance, ambulance and police on the scene.

“There are a number of people who are critically injured as I understand it and given the scale of the response from emergency services… this is a very serious incident.”

He added The Study Prep is a “very well-known and family-based school”.

The Conservative MP said where the school is located “generally will be regarded as an area where you wouldn’t see very much speeding”.

The school, which costs £5,565 per term, is for girls aged four to 11 and sits on Wimbledon Common, just a mile away from the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club as it hosts the world-famous tennis tournament.

Mr Hammond said the Camp Road site of the school caters for younger children between the ages of four and eight.

Police extended a large cordon around the school and television pictures from overhead showed the car up against the wall of the building, while firefighters and paramedics stood near a gap in the fencing at the entrance to the site.