CAPE TOWN - A Stellenbosch educator has surrendered after charges of sexual offenses identifying with an understudy emerged.
The educator who instructed at Ideas Valley Primary School was captured on September 22.
The supposed occurrence didn't happen at school.
The educator was delivered on abandon October 8.
Western Cape Education Department representative Bronagh Hammond affirmed the episode.
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"An educator was captured on September 22, 2021, for an occurrence that supposedly occurred after school and not on the school premises.
"The educator surrendered and it is considered excusable. He is right now temporarily free from jail.
"Backing for the understudy is progressing. Backing to understudies and staff has additionally been organized," Hammond told IOL.
The information on the charges against the instructor spread shock waves through the local area.
The school delivered a correspondence on Monday on its Facebook page.
In a letter addressed to the guardians, the school said:
"The claims that an instructor at this school was accused of sexual offenses outside of the school climate have been affirmed by the Western Cape Education Department (WCED).
"The WCED has likewise affirmed that the instructor has surrendered as an educator with the WCED. He is along these lines done working at the school."
The school said because was a criminal matter it couldn't give further remark on the episode.
The chief said it was the school's principal concentration to guarantee that the fundamental passionate help was given to understudies and staff.
The school additionally guaranteed guardians that it would do its absolute best to guarantee the security of students.
Addressing IOL on a state of secrecy, an inhabitant from the local area said he was stunned at the 'bits of hearsay'.
"We were stunned to hear the tales yet we can't judge nor would we be able to keep the casualty from getting their reality.
"Individuals won't talk however we expect equity to win," the occupant said.
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