Fury as primary school teacher ruins Christmas for class full of kids after claiming Santa isn't real | The SunDecember 20, 2023
TEACHER has ruined Christmas for a class full of kids after she claimed Santa was not real.
Year Six pupils, aged ten and 11, were making Christmas cards when the supply tutor made the comment.
The youngsters have since bombarded parents with questions about it.
School bosses have apologised for the upset in an email to parents.
It said the unnamed agency teacher will not be returning to Hill View Primary School, in Bournemouth, Dorset.
In letters sent home, the school said: "We are aware that this afternoon, whilst making Christmas cards, a supply teacher told the Year 6 children that Father Christmas is not real.
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"We apologise for any upset this may have caused you and your children and we will be contacting the supply agency about this.
"Please accept our sincere apologies and thank you for your understanding in this matter."
A follow up letter sent on Thursday said: "Just to update you regarding the incident with the supply teacher, the supply agency were spoken to and that particular supply teacher will not be back at Hill View.
"As a school we sincerely apologise for this and the supply agency also send their apologies.
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"Thank you for your comments and emails which have been taken on board and we can assure you that she will not return to Hill View."
One parent, who did not want to be named, said: “The last thing we need is the school ruining it by taking away the magic.
"It’s really not on.”
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