the parsley song wrote: ↑Fri Sep 14, 2018 5:55 pmI think it must be ok because otherwise we'd all be in jail, I mean how many times have we taken photographs on our phones with strangers in them, unintentionally or otherwise. Also, cctv is everywhere taking photos of our every movement and there is no law about that. Especially if you are recording someone doing something criminal or just disgusting and anti-social like the student you are talking about, I'm sure it's fine. Go for it. Just be sure to do it safely and out of sight in case he turns violent.
I don't know how much difference it will make though because if he's boldly going about behaving like that he is pretty much a lost cause and I doubt a telling off by the Head will set him on the right track.
cats1 wrote: ↑Mon Sep 17, 2018 9:39 pmSo.....a teenager burps in your ear!.......ya know a teenager, growing up messing around being loud showing off.....that sounds awful. Nightmarish even. Just hope there's no long term effects, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. (I expect) you will be hounding down the assailant. Perhaps the area will be taped off for forensic evidence, and with a bit of luck they will be shamed in the School office, with a (black) Mark on their name, never to get a job or have any social standing! Have a wonderful evening Windmill 26.