Clearly you've decided to speak to the Principal despite what has been said here. But I can assure you, the Principal knows. They won't disclose to you they know as part of confidentiality. As whirligig said, the case manager would have had discussions with them as part of duty of care to the school and students. You are just going to look gossipy and nasty.
Why is such a private matter being discussed on a public forum???
I intend to be brief with the principal simply stating that I wish to advise him of a sexual assault at named school and that child is enrolled to start at this school next year and due to the nature of the incident it is in everyone's best interest that he is made aware as named child will need to be closely monitored. Depending how the conversation goes I will go into the details of the incident. I am thinking it will go well, the principal knows me well enough to know I am not a troublemaker causing trouble I am simply a concerned parent.
I understand why you'd be concerned KG. But I don't think that a meeting with the principal is going to help; as PP's have said, there are confidentiality laws surrounding this case, he's not going to be able to discuss anything with you!
If I were you it would just be reminding me to refresh my kids memory regarding safety and privacy, about keeping private parts safe and about how you must tell a trusted adult if anything happens that you're uncomfortable with. I'd probably also be a bit paranoid and ask my kids every so often next year about if they've met the new boy, is he nice etc, so that if anything untoward does happen, you will find out and be able to act on it.
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