BENGALURU: For the first time since the sexual assault on the six-year-old girl was reported at Indiranagar Cambridge High School, the school management will meet parents of about 1,200 students on Wednesday at 11.30 am on the school premises in the presence of the police and the Education Department officials.
For over a week now, parents concerned with the developments in the school have been trying to meet the school management. It had refused to meet them stating that the environment is ‘hostile’.
On Tuesday, the school sent out a message to parents informing them of the meeting and stating that only those with valid parent authentication cards will be allowed inside the school for the meeting. These will be checked by the police at the entrance.
“The meeting will be an opportunity to get an explanation from the school with regard to the incidents. A decision on reopening the school will also be taken at the meeting,” DCP (East) N Satheesh said.
According to H N Ramesh, BEO (South 4), the classes are likely to be restarted for the higher sections. “Classes 10,9 are likely to be started on Friday, followed by middle school, then primary and pre-primary,” Ramesh said.
Over the last few days, including Tuesday, parents of students have been going to school in an effort to meet someone from the school management to find out when classes will reopen.
Decision on Orchids’ Class 6, 7 Today?
Bengaluru: The fate of the Class 6 and 7 at Orchids International School in Jalahalli where a three-year-old girl was sexually assaulted is expected to be decided on Wednesday. “The Law Department had sought some clarifications and we have cleared them. The opinion is expected to come by Wednesday over running Class 6 and 7 without getting permission,” Director of Primary Education Anand said. The school has reopened other classes from Monday Following the delay on the part of the department on taking a call over its stand on letting the Class 6 and 7 for this academic year. According to the department, this is illegal.