It should be noted that the top soil layer was 1.5 m lower than the measured surface in 1995. The squares, which were excavated down to bedrock, contained modern fill that was also found in the probe trenches, cut in the area of the 1995 excavation.
It became apparent that development work performed around the school, which included the installation of a fence and paths to nearby houses, lowered the ground level, causing damage to the site. Consequently, no remains of the Neolithic site were discovered.