The headteacher said Lytchett Minster School in Dorset – which is attended by pupils aged 11 to 18 – had made a “mistake” to use this as an example.
It comes after a teacher reportedly told schoolgirls to “be sensible” and think about the length of their skirt in a video on sexual harassment.
“Please be very clear that everybody has a right to come to school without being sexually harassed, without having sexual comments made about them,” the teacher said according to local media.
“And we’ve all got a responsibility to make sure this doesn’t happen.”
The teacher went on to say the reason schoolgirls had to cover themselves with their planners while walking upstairs is because their skirts were “too short”, according to Dorset Echo.
In a newsletter, the headteacher of the Poole school apologised for the comments.
Andrew Mead said a video was made tackling sexual harassment in light of “appalling messages” being shared…