Parents warned, if they don’t stop swearing, pupils’ Zoom lessons could be scrapped

Metro reports …

A PRIMARY school headteacher has warned parents that if they don’t stop swearing online, their children’s lessons over Zoom could be cancelled. Martin Johnson, principal at Sacred Heart in Bolton, Greater Manchester, said a ‘minority’ of parents had caused offence during the online sessions.

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