Benson-Pope responds to latest allegations

Published: Mon 27 Feb 2006 08:28 AM
25 February 2006
David Benson-Pope responds to latest Investigate Magazine allegations
I consider the allegations being made by Investigate Magazine a nonsense.
Overwhelming support from students, staff and parents confirm my proud record as a teacher.
If anyone does have a genuine concern I invite them to raise it with the appropriate authority immediately.
With regard to these allegations I will be considering what legal avenues are open to me.

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