Parents tell national press of their horror over alleged comments by Kingsmoor teacher
Politics / Mon 21st Oct 2013 am31 08:05am
A NUMBER of parents have turned to the national press over an alleged incident at a Harlow primary school where it is claimed a teacher warned students she would “bury them in the woods”.
Kingsmoor Academy teacher Sangita Naik has now been suspended and an investigation underway after it is alleged that she threatened the class of mainly seven-year-olds that she would ‘put them in the boot of her car’ before placing them in a hole in the ground.
Two of the parents, Kerri Oehme and Stacey Knibbs were approached by the Daily Mail outside the school and have now given their side of the story.
Mother-of-three, Kerri Oehme, 33, reported the incident after her seven-year-old daughter, Neve, came home upset whilst another parent, trainee carer, Stacey Knibbs, said her daughter Ashlee, aged seven, had come home crying.
A school spokesman said: ‘A member of staff at Kingsmoor Academy has been suspended following allegations made against that individual.
‘We take any allegations very seriously and an investigation is under way.’
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