Special needs teacher who boasted she could ‘f*** kids’ rehired by school

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A special needs teacher was rehired despite being sacked for boasting she could “f*** kids”.

She also claimed everyone was “so f***ing retarded” at the school in New Zealand and said she wanted “drugs, alcohol and sex” to distract her.

The teacher aide, who started working at the school in February 2020, was reportedly suspended for racist and discriminatory posts on Twitter and Instagram.

But Okaihau College later rehired the unnamed woman, local media reported.

The Ministry of Education is now said to be probing the move.

She made the posts on social media last November.

These included a picture of her face painted black with the text "DIY Blackface", according to the New Zealand Herald.

She tweeted last November: "Anyone can do anything, why are you all so f****ing retarded".

"I'm quietly going insane and I don't know what to do about it. I want drugs, alcohol and sex to make me not think about it.

“But it's Tuesday so I guess I'll have to have a cryw*** about it."

"I work at a highschool and I could f*** kids. There's some pretty nice looking boys."

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The posts, which have since been removed, sparked outrage with hundreds of social media users commenting.

One woman said it was “disgusting and disrespectful” to the students she worked with.

They came to light after a parent notified the Ministry of Education.

Thomas Davison, the principal of the school, said “immediate and appropriate” action was taken, but could not say anything more for legal reasons.

This included whether the teacher was still employed.

The Ministry of Education said the staff member had been suspended and had her contract ended.

Katrina Casey, ministry deputy secretary sector enablement and support, said: “We discovered the school has re-employed this person and we will be following up with the board of trustees at the earliest opportunity to understand their reasons for doing this and their employment processes.”

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