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Beneath the skin of every pakeha teacher …

Posted by te2ataria on May 26, 2009

Judge, cop, military man [and woman,] politician, farmer, priest …

There is a sexually deviant ghoul, a rapist, a pervert, a pedophile, a sadomasochist… relentlessly hunting for sex preys!

Here’s one the “media” reported earlier:

BOP teacher accused of sexual harassment resigns

An Eastern Bay of Plenty college principal accused of drug use and sexual harassment has resigned.

Kawerau College’s Steve Hocking went on leave early February amid longstanding allegations he used cannabis and sexually propositioned a student.

Both Mr Hocking and his partner resigned last Friday, effective from that day.

Ministry of Education statutory manager Lex Hamill says the couple has cited the need for a fresh start.

“Mr Hocking made a statement to the effect… that he wished to tender his resignation in the best interest of the school moving forward.”

Mr Hamill says Kawerau College is now looking for a new principal. —NEWSTALK ZB


The scumbag resigned not because of a sudden cry of conscience; he resigned because the odds of hunting sex preys at the school were dismal!

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3 Responses to “Beneath the skin of every pakeha teacher …”

  1. matthew said


  2. te2ataria said

    Teacher sex cases ‘tip of the iceberg’

    Sexually inappropriate teacher-pupil relationships censured by the industry body are “just the tip of the iceberg”, says Rape Prevention Education (RPE).

    This week, the Teachers’ Council Disciplinary Tribunal suspended a teacher for 12 months after he sent a male pupil unseemly text messages earlier this year.

    The tribunal did not release his name but The Press has established it was Matthew Herbert, formerly of Ashburton College.

    The tribunal also deregistered a married teacher who “counselled” a pupil who had been in an incestuous relationship by having sex with her in his car and on a classroom floor during school time.

    RPE director Dr Kim McGregor said the 27 inappropriate relationship cases dealt with by the tribunal since 2005 did not reflect reality.

    “These are just the tip of the iceberg, because students have told us they wouldn’t feel confident in reporting it, as they worry ranks could close on them, that they wouldn’t be believed, and that they could be discredited or stigmatised.”

    McGregor said the organisation’s school education programmes revealed professional teacher boundaries were often blurred. She cited one class in which three anonymous questions were asked about what to do when a teacher made sexual advances.

    Of the 81 published disciplinary tribunal decisions since 2005, one third were for inappropriate relationships with pupils.

    All but one of those cases involved sexual conduct and/or communication of a sexual nature between teachers and pupils.

    Read more…

  3. Julia said

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