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17:52 | 23rd May 2017

News: UK

Thu 8 Jul, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


There have been no complaints from staff and the incident happened over six months ago. Tim Hersey is an outstanding teacher who made one foolish mistake

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A senior staff member at Harrow School has kept his job as assistant registrar after a pupil caught him downloading gay pornography on a school computer.

Tim Heresy was faced with an internal inquiry after a 13-year-old boy walked in on him downloading explicit gay porn images in his office at the £30,000-a-year school.

Following the inquiry within the school it was decided that the matter would not be taken to the police or the local education authority and Hersey, 60, who is openly gay, is able to keep his job.

According to This is London, Headmaster Barnaby Lenon said about the decision: We can confirm [he] was disciplined for a breach of the school's computer code of practice.



"There have been no complaints from staff and the incident happened over six months ago. Tim Hersey is an outstanding teacher who made one foolish mistake."

 

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