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When pupil behaviour is seriously criminal.

Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by Sadowitz, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. I have to say that outside of low-level "he said/She said/", "Won't put my phone away" stuff and swearing it is rare to find sinister delinquency that verges on the criminal. Several fourth year girls have accused another fourth year boy of sexually harrassing them to the verge of indecent assault in two cases. Is there an avenue outised of the school that could be pursued - could I as a class teacher go to the police about this after consulting with my headmaster?
     
  2. Why aren't the parents going to the police? If I had a daughter making those accusations, I'd be on the phone to the police before contacting the school.
     
  3. Ditto - all above.
    and keep him away from them (& vice versa) in your class by reassigning seats.
     

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