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Disruptive

Natasha Thoday was asked to leave Telscombe Cliffs County Primary School not because of her sexual orientation but because her attendance disrupted the children's education and presented them with issues way ahead of their mental capabilities.

All children will and should learn about sexuality but we must remember Telscombe Cliffs is a primary school.

As such, it is not the place to expose children to such complex issues.

As head teacher, Andrew Kearsey is responsible for both the mental and physical wellbeing of the children in his school and his handling of this incident only goes to prove how well suited he is to the position.

-Trudie Andrews, Malines Avenue, Peacehaven



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