The teacher who alleged a 15 year old schoolgirl smelt of cannabis and called the police on her has reportedly been sacked.
The incident which happened at the end of 2020 saw police search the young girl named child Q without another adult present and while she was on her period.
Following the publication of findings in The City & Hackney Safeguarding Children Partnership (CHSCP), campaigners and the members of the public gathered and protested in front of Stoke Newington Station on Friday.
They demanded for those involved to lose their jobs and be prosecuted, as a result, the teacher involved in the incident has allegedly been sacked.
It comes after a protest was held by schoolgirls in Hackney on behalf of the girl named childQ for child protection purposes.
In her victims impact statement to The City & Hackney Safeguarding Children Partnership (CHSCP), child Q said that “on the top of preparing for the most important exams of my life. ‘I can’t go a single day without wanting to scream, shout, cry or just give up.
“I feel like I’m locked in a box, and no one can see or cares that I just want to go back to feeling safe again, my box is collapsing around me, and no-one wants to help.
“I don’t know if I’m going to feel normal again. I don’t know how long it will take to repair my box…”
The council published the case in its Local Child Safeguarding Practice Review.
Scotland Yard apologised following the incident.