Melbourne girls’ grammar teacher dies after child safety concerns were reported to police
A teacher at an elite girls’ school in Melbourne has died after the school reported child safety concerns to police.
The teacher at Melbourne Girls’ Grammar, in South Yarra, had been reported to Victoria Police after a complaint was made, the sun herald reported.
The teacher previously worked at Haileybury College, it was reported.
The Melbourne Girls’ Grammar teacher, in South Yarra, had been reported to Victoria Police after a complaint was made
Families at the school, which charges nearly $40,000 a year, were notified of the death on Friday.
The school said: ‘In recent days the school has been made aware of an alleged child safety issue. School staff followed child safety and mandatory reporting procedures.
“As a school, our priorities are focused on the safety and well-being of our students and our community. We will always act in the best interests of the children in our care.
The school added: “An announcement to school staff and families was made on Friday August 18 regarding the death of a member of staff. We respect the family at this time.
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