Monday, 6 October 2008

Teacher union wants the OK for sex with your kids

The far left communist controlled teaching union, the NASUWT says that teachers who have sex with their pupils should not be treated as sex offenders. The NASUWT General Secretary Chris Keates said that it is wrong to criminalise teachers.

The NASUWT argument is that if it is ok for an ordinary citizen to have a physical relationship with a pupil then it should be ok for teachers but what they fail to address is the fact that teachers are in a very special and privileged position with certain unique responsibilities. Responsibilities which preclude them from sleeping with their pupils. An act which would be a total betrayal of the trust placed in them by parents and society and an abrogation of the duty of care they are legally required to uphold.

The article at the NASUWT web site says: "Commenting on the anomaly in the law which relates to teachers and others who work with children and young people, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest UK-wide teachers' union, said:

"From the time the Sexual Offences legislation was first drafted in 2001 the NASUWT consistently raised the significant anomaly within its provisions.

"A teacher having a consensual relationship with a pupil over the age of 16 on the roll of the school in which they teach is liable under the Act to prosecution and being placed on the sex offenders register.

"However, if the same teacher has a consensual relationship with a young person of the same age who attends another school they would not be prosecuted or classed as sex offenders."

It is my personal opinion that in either instance they should be hung and when this sorry state of affairs finally runs full circle and this vile despicable leftist system comes to an end with change always inevitable. When normality and decency returns to our currently morally bankrupt society, then, that is exactly what they will get....

Pip pip

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The NASUWT makes up the most pedo entries on LIst 99. What they are asking for is what they are. It is a teaching union for sex offendrs who don't want to be called sex offenders.

The NASUWT want immunity in relation to sex crime, they have asked for it directly in letters to Ministers, and the recent statements are no different to that. The NASUWT can get a gross misconduct teacher back into the classroom in weeks.

They are asking for a world where exploiting 16 year old girls in brothels carries no extra jail time, where foster parents can sleep with their charges, and for police stations where the cops can have sex with kids without going to prison.

She knows what she was asking for, the UN view the NASUWT as one of the wilder teaching unions. Thousands of teachers are referred to LIst 99 each year, most of them from the NASUWT, in fact the referrals doubled between 2003 and 2005.

Prof Hughes, a state dept expert, flew over to ask Lord Laird to table the PQ, in the USA, hundreds of kids are victimized by British teachers each year via the net or in summer camps. The NASUWT want to legalize sex crime, they've asked for that directly.

Child Protection: Schools

Lord Laird asked Her Majesty's Government:

How many cases were referred to the List 99 Teachers Misconduct Team in England and Wales in 2003, 2004 and 2005; and [HL2654]

How many letters of written warning were issued in England and Wales to teachers for inappropriate sexual behaviour towards pupils in 2003, 2004 and 2005. [HL2655]

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Education and Skills (Lord Adonis): The number of cases in England and Wales referred to and concluded by the department's List 99 team in the relevant years is set out in the table below:

Cases Referred Cases Concluded


1,147 1,047


1,362 1,370


2,092 2,554

The department may issue written warnings to school staff in connection with a range of misconduct—for example, impropriety and theft— and inappropriate sexual behaviour towards children. The number of written warnings issued to staff in schools by the List 99 Teachers Misconduct Team in each of the relevant years was as follows:







Due to the way in which information is currently recorded, it is not possible to indicate the number of these cases where staff in schools were issued with written warnings for inappropriate sexual behaviour. The department does not maintain records of written warnings issued to staff by employers as a result of local disciplinary proceedings, as this is a matter for the employer concerned.