Who Is Ammy Singleton and why was Port Augusta’s Teacher Arrested? Charges Explained: As per the latest report, A second school has notified parents that a relief teacher slapped a charge with a child se*ual offense may have taught their kids when she served at the school between the month of February 2017 and the month of April 2018. South Australian lady Ammy Clara Singleton was detained by cops in Port Augusta on 23rd December 2021 and was charged with communicating to make a kid amenable to s*xual activity. It is understood the alleged offense happened in the month of November 2021 and the South Australian teacher will remain on bail until her next court date in the month of July. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who Is Ammy Singleton?
Now the Adelaide Advertiser has disclosed that parents at the Flinders View Primary School were advised the 28-year-old taught at the school from the month of February 2017 to April 2018. Pupils from the school have not even been connected to the criminal charges. The school principal, Anna Nayda penned, “On 23rd December 2021, Ms. Ammy-Clara Singleton, a temporary teacher who was at our school between the time period of February 2017 and April 2018, was detained by SA Police for a claimed se*ual offense and comes up in the court on 14th February 2022.”
Ammy Singleton Port Augusta’s Teacher Arrested
“This incident does not engage any pupils at our school and the information available to the school suggests there is no required for any concern for any children at our school.” One student, who was in Ms. Singleton’s class for Aboriginal language lessons informed the paper she was “a nice teacher”. He informed the Advertiser that “She actually used to let us swear a lot in class.” Working as a relief educator, also called a substitute teacher in some states, Ms. Singleton would have covered for permanent teachers who were ill or on leave.
Why was Ammy Singleton Port Augusta’s Teacher Arrested?
Earlier this year, a similar letter was sent by the principal of Port Augusta West Primary School, the media website reports. David Lawton stated Ms. Singleton had taught at the school for one day in the month of July 2020. Mr. Lawton penned in a letter to parents that “Cops have advised the Department for Education they do not have any objections to the department informing the school community. This incident does not engage any pupils at our school and the information available to the school suggests there is no need for any kind of concern for any children at our school.”
Mr. Lawton also asked parents no need to share the letter online or distribute the letter through other means.