The teenager of this generation do disgusting things at schools because they claim that they know their rights, that they can be able to do anything that they want and no one will stop them, however the Government has announced that the children will no longer be beaten at schools, they should be an alternative of how to discipline school children. The Statement gave the learners power to implement even forbidden things.
This incident occurred at Semphete secondary school in Limpopo during school hours.
This teenagers were caught red handed during school hours when they were busy satisfying each other, there were two boys and two girls who claimed that they were dating, pupils in the class started to capture photos with their phones and they begin to capture everything that was happening and uploaded it on social media.
The teenagers were summoned to the office in order to respond for their misconduct.Parents of this four teenagers were called for the meeting at school to be addressed about their children's bad behaviours and what they did.
The teenagers were suspend for 3 weeks with terms and conditions for their return at school.
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