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Australia Alleged inappropriate behaviour by staff member at Richardson Primary School being investigated by police

10:50  14 april  2021
10:50  14 april  2021 Source:   abc.net.au

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Police are investigating allegations of inappropriate behaviour by a staff member at a Canberra primary school after multiple students raised concerns over the behaviour last year.

Parents from Richardson Primary School in Canberra's south received a letter in November which revealed "multiple students" in one class had made complaints against a staff member.

The letter said the matter was being investigated by the ACT Education Directorate and that the staff member had been stood down in the interim.

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ACT Policing confirmed in a statement today that the matter had now been referred to them.

"The ACT Education Directorate has referred this matter to ACT Policing for assessment and consideration," a spokesperson said.

"As the matter is being considered, we are unable to comment further."

Allegations of 'serious nature': principal

In a letter to parents dated November 13, Richardson Primary School principal Anna Wilson told parents that "a number" of students had made allegations against a staff member.

"I am writing to inform you that a number of students ... have made allegations of inappropriate behaviour by a [staff member] that has been working in your child's class," Ms Wilson said in the letter.

"Due to the very serious nature of the allegations, the staff member will not be at our school whilst I work with the Reportable Conduct team within our directorate to conduct a thorough investigation.

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"I understand this email may be distressing and I encourage you to make contact via the front office ... should you wish to meet with me to discuss this concerning situation."

The ACT Education Directorate would not disclose the nature of the allegations and referred all questions relating to the matter to police.


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