A Dublin school is investigating reports that school pupils paid for prostitution during a trip abroad. The Department of Education says schools must take responsibility to ensure students are kept safe while on school tours.
A spokesperson was responding to queries after it is alleged that two students from a Dublin fee-paying school paid for sex with prostitutes during an overseas trip. Details of this alleged incident emerged on social media over the weekend.
It’s reported, the students left their accommodation without permission and went to a bar where they were introduced to the women.It is understood that the school is considering disciplinary action against the teacher who was responsible for the welfare of the students.
In a statement, the Department of Education said that educational tours are a matter for each individual school authority and it is the responsibility of each school to ensure that appropriate safeguards are in place while children are participating.
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