The Ministry of Education is reminding all that it is against the law to share material or use a device that may have disparaging effects for someone.
The call was made on Wednesday after the ministry became aware that a series of videos have been in circulation involving students from one of our ‘Top Secondary Schools’
The Ministry of Education did not name the school but based on uniforms and badges which the students were wearing at the time, it is confirmed that the videos feature students of the Christ Church Secondary School dancing on each other in a suggestive manner and even featured two males kissing each other.
“These occurrences are being investigated and treated with the utmost seriousness as it relates to the management of students’ care, well being and supervision.” The ministry’s statement noted.
In the videos which are in circulation, students could be seen dancing on each other.
“Given the sensitivity of these issues relative to the long term implication it may have for young teenagers who wittingly or unwittingly were engaging in acts, the Ministry wishes to remind members of the citizenry that it is against the law to share material or use a device in a way that may have disparaging effects for someone.” The Education Ministry’s Statement noted on Wednesday.