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Australia Former Penhros College teachers face court accused of sexually abusing students in 1980s

08:16  28 july  2020
08:16  28 july  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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Former teacher faces jail for sexually abusing pupils at boarding school during 1980 s . A court heard the housemaster assaulted one victim using a shampoo bottle and inappropriately touched other students - but his actions were "ignored" by the school’s headmaster.

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a man wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Harry Schmitz is charged with sexually abusing two Penrhos students and sexually assaulting another. (ABC News: James Carmody) © Provided by ABC NEWS Harry Schmitz is charged with sexually abusing two Penrhos students and sexually assaulting another. (ABC News: James Carmody)

Two former teachers at a private girls school will be pleading not guilty to charges of sexually abusing two students more than 30 years ago.

Harry Schmitz, 68, and Jay Walsh, 72, were teachers at Penrhos College, in the Perth suburb of Como in the 1980s when they allegedly abused the girls, who were aged between 14 and 16.

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A high school science teacher was accused of having a sexual relationship with a male student . Nikki Varney, 44, from Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, was charged by state police on 'I am a teacher with over two decades of experience so I know the support students and teachers need to be successful.

Above, the students and teachers could see I was in trouble. And one teacher yelled down at me The problem with reporting on the men that sexually abused me, and so many students in the The news stories and the court case about this teacher are packed full of such incidents and most of

Mr Schmitz is also facing charges of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old student.

Both men were charged last week by detectives from the child abuse squad after an investigation into alleged historical child sexual abuse by former teachers.

Police said at the time the students were not alleged to have been abused at the same time.

Both men made their first appearance in the Perth Magistrates Court today, with the police prosecutor applying for the charges to ultimately be ferried to the District Court.

The application was not opposed by either man's lawyer, and they both told the court all of the charges against their clients would be defended.

Mr Schmitz and Mr Walsh were released on bail until their next appearance in court in October.

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