St Paul’s Secondary School in Hong Kong apologises over ‘hasty decision’ to call police on Form Six pupils taking farewell photos

//St Paul’s Secondary School in Hong Kong apologises over ‘hasty decision’ to call police on Form Six pupils taking farewell photos

St Paul’s Secondary School in Hong Kong apologises over ‘hasty decision’ to call police on Form Six pupils taking farewell photos

An elite girls’ school in Hong Kong has apologised for calling police to stop Form Six pupils from taking farewell photos at the campus gate last month in an incident that sparked outrage.In a statement posted on its website on Monday, St Paul’s Secondary School in Happy Valley also pledged to evaluate future arrangements.“The school would like to extend our apology to all stakeholders who might be troubled and disturbed by the captioned incident,” it said.“We will also thoroughly evaluate…

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