Why Ammy Singleton Arrested? Port Augusta’s Teacher Arrest Charges Allegation Explained According to the latest report, a second school has informed parents that a relief teacher was charged with child se*ual offense for teaching their children between February 2017 and April 2018. Ammy Clara Singleton, a South Australian woman, was taken into custody by Port Augusta cops on 23 December 2021. She was charged with communicating to make an unattractive child s*xual. The alleged offense occurred in November 2021. The South Australian teacher will be held on bail until her next court date in July.
Why Ammy Singleton Arrested
Adelaide Advertiser now reports that parents of Flinders View Primary School were informed that the 28-year-old taught at the school between February 2017 and April 2018. The criminal charges against the school were not brought up against the pupils. Anna Nayda, the school principal, wrote, “On 23 December 2021 Ms. Ammy Clara Singleton was taken into custody by the SA Police for a claim of se*ual offense. She will be appearing in court on 14 February 2022.”
“This incident does no engage any pupils at school and the information available the school suggests there is not required for any concern for any child at our school.” A student who attended Ms. Singleton’s Aboriginal language classes told the paper that she was a “nice teacher”. The Advertiser was informed by him that she used to make us swear in class. Ms. Singleton worked as a relief teacher, sometimes called a substitute teacher in certain states. She would have covered permanent teachers who were sick or on leave.
According to the media website, a similar letter was sent earlier this year by the principal at Port Augusta West Primary School. David Lawton stated that Ms. Singleton was a teacher at the school for one hour in July 2020. In a letter to parents, Mr. Lawton stated that the cops had informed the Department for Education that they have no objections to the department notifying the school community. This incident doesn’t engage any pupils at our schools and the information available suggests that there is no need to be concerned about any children at our school. Lawton also requested parents not to send the letter online.