NewsReport gathered that the incident, which prompted indignation on social media, was about the sex scandal that occurred during a trip to Dubai for the World School Games, which took place between March 8 and March 14, 2022.
The school confirmed that 76 kids were moved to Dubai in a statement published by Akin Fadeyi, a member of the school’s Advisory Board on behalf of the management.
Fadeyi revealed that 71 of the 76 youngsters who represented Chrisland “ensured an unblemished adherence to the standards, complying with established forth regulations and codes of behavior.”
“We kept our girls on the 11th floor and our boys on the 4th floor inside these 71 to make clear limits that respect moral boundaries.”
While we understand the emotions this has generated, we assure the public that our first approach as an institution was to assume parental roles by offering support to those involved and ensuring that nothing affected their senses of self-esteem.
However, after a comprehensive evaluation of the situation, we cannot help but express how scandalized and distressed we feel as mothers, fathers, and instructors with a relationship that holds a direct bearing on the development of those involved.
“We were, however, compelled to engage with the parents of the remaining students who unfortunately got themselves involved in misconduct, and in accordance with our code of conduct processes, which are well known to the parents, we meted out measured reprimands to them to instill a sense of discipline and as a deterrence to others.
“The disciplinary action was in order not to undermine our cohesive culture as a community of future leaders and committed instructors, but to be assertive in handing down the sort of discipline that seeks to correct and reform our children when they stray from the path of rectitude.
While we must emphasize that, as an institution that manages children from diverse backgrounds, we cannot claim or embark on any sense of self-righteousness in our approach, we do learn and evolve within the frameworks of best practices on a daily basis.
We recognise that there will always be space for improvement. We are therefore irrevocably committed to re-evaluating our processes to reinforce child protection protocols, even as we shall leave no stone unturned in ensuring that the senses of esteem of the children involved are uncompromisingly preserved.
Fadeyi also denied that a pregnancy test was conducted on the minor involved in the act as claimed by the mother, explaining that it was a COVID post-travel test.