School1, which is covered in the previous articles on this subject, continues to put students health at risk, merely to avoid their statistics looking bad, and keeping their image for OFSTED in tact.
Bullying and Violence:
Boy J, has been repeatedly assualted at school. He has been punched, kicked to the floor, ripped trousers, shoes ripped off, and generally victimised. Boy J is under almost constant threat, and has to be escorted around school or even sent home for his own protection. What happens to the violent bully? He walks around school, not going to classes, and terrorizes those who stand in his way.
In fact calling this individual a “bully” demeans what he does, this invidual is a criminal, who should be convicted of arrested for, and charged with, ABH, threats to kill, harassment, or a variety of other public order offences. But none of this happens, as the school takes no action to protect Boy J or stop the offences.
As the bank holiday rapidly approaches Boy J is at real risk of serious assault, as he lives in the same area as the offender and may need to leave his home on Monday. What is the schools answer to this “its a police problem; its outside school”. But the school don’t liase with the police, or try and prevent the situation occuring, they merely let the inevitable occur.
Despite all of this this School1 has a good OFSTED ranking and just “just below outstanding”.