A national plan to “prevent and eradicate violence against women and girls” is being expanded with more than £1 million extra government funding. “Equally Safe” includes measures to teach schoolchildren about consent and healthy relationships. Sandy Brindley, of Rape Crisis Scotland – whose work will now reach more schools – said: “If we are serious about ending sexual violence and harassment in Scotland then prevention work is key.”
A teacher has been struck off after making lewd remarks to a pupil and a colleague. David McGhee was a religious education, history and modern studies teacher in ...
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