Top School Hit by Police Investigation, Ctd

The other day I posted about one of New Zealand’s top schools that are facing upheaval with its Executive Principle in talks with the Police. Looks like I was spot on.

The Chair of Kristin Board of Governors, Philippa Fee, now seems in a bit of a panic after reading about her school’s Executive Director on my blog.

Seems Philippa Fee and the Board has known about the allegations for months, but have  sat on this issue hoping it would go away. It was only after Ms Jackman went to the Police that the Board now feels inclined to act.

The tip line has been running hot with parents saying the Board is now pointing that finger at anyone that spreads the comments on this blog. Mmm let’s see how that works for them.

Parents are naturally starting to wonder what the Board is doing about this problem.

While some may like to brush this off saying it’s clearly a “matrimonial property dispute”, with the Police now looking into an alleged assault by their Executive Director against his ex-wife. While this is certainly an element of “she said, he said” the fool could have avoided a whole world of pain and trouble (not to mention public attention) by settling the issue when they separated. Digging in his heels is a sure sign of a failed strategy to deal with his ex.

But, back to the Board for now. They’re claiming that they are “taking this matter very seriously and is acting appropriately”. Really?

You have the head of the school facing questions of assaulting a female, while a child was present in the house. The same man who is responsible for the well being of young, impressionable children.

Tidy? I don’t think so.


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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

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