Cashmere Extreme School teacher apparently inappropriate in path of pupil

The Ministry of Education has been alerted to an allegation about a teacher at Cashmere High School in Christchurch.

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The Ministry of Coaching has been alerted to an allegation a few teacher at Cashmere Extreme School in Christchurch.

A teacher was allegedly inappropriate in path of a pupil at one amongst Christchurch’s prime public faculties.

Cashmere Extreme School has alerted the Ministry of Coaching to the allegation, which is believed to have surfaced in present weeks.

The school’s principal Joe Eccleton confirmed there was an “employment matter”, nonetheless would not say what it is related to or what movement had been taken in opposition to the teacher involved.

He declined to comment further.

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Stuff understands workers have been instructed the teacher, a youthful woman, will not be returning to work.

The allegation is believed to relate to her conduct in path of a senior pupil.

Ministry of Coaching southern chief Nancy Bell acknowledged Cashmere Extreme School flagged the allegation on July 5, the day after Stuff first queried the federal authorities firm about it.

“They know they may search assist and guidance from us to assist them if needed,” Bell acknowledged in an announcement ultimate week.

“The safety and wellbeing of students is paramount and faculties take any allegations of inappropriate conduct severely. When there are concerns a few teacher, these are moreover reported to the Educating Council.”

Bell acknowledged the varsity’s board of trustees was liable for employment points, and resulting from this reality it was inappropriate for her to comment further.

Cashmere Extreme School’s board chairman James O’Connell declined to comment.

A Educating Council spokesperson acknowledged they’ve been unable to comment about points related to specific individual teachers to verify “confidentiality and pure justice”.