Pictured: Deputy Headteacher, 44, accused of aiding the rape of a young girl, pretends to be a high school cheerleader
- Headtacher Julie Morris was accused of facilitating the rape of a child under 13
- The 44-year-old posed as an Alice In Wonderland outfit for the school’s prospectus
- The school sent a letter to the parents of students last week explaining the violations
This is an elementary school deputy head teacher who poses as a high school cheerleader who has been charged with assisting in the rape of a young girl.
Parents of pupils at St George’s Central Church of England Primary near Wigan expressed shock to learn that Julie Morris had been remanded in custody for facilitating the rape of a child under 13.
The 44-year-old – one of three child protection officers responsible for safety at the school – also posed in an Alice In Wonderland outfit for the school’s prospectus.
Many who collected the children from the school gates on Friday expressed their support for the deputy head
Her cheerleader photo was posted on social media.
The school sent a letter to parents of students last week explaining the seriousness of the violations faced by Ms Morris, who was also in charge of maths and religious education at the 340-student school, where she had taught for almost a decade. given.
Many who took the children from the school gates on Friday expressed their support for the deputy head.
One mother said: ‘All my children have gone to this school and to say I am shocked is an understatement. I really hope it’s not true. It’s sad that the school got dragged into it.’
Another said: ‘I have nothing bad to say about her. The charges are very serious and what makes it even more shocking is that she is a deputy chief in charge of young children.
“In my mind it’s innocent until proven otherwise.”
Parents of pupils at St George’s Central Church of England Primary near Wigan spoke of their shock to learn that Julie Morris had been taken into custody
Ms Morris has also been charged with inciting sexual activity with a child under 13
Merseyside Police detectives said the alleged offenses were not related to Ms Morris’s work at the school in Tyldesley, Greater Manchester.
Ms Morris has been suspended by the Wigan Council pending the outcome of the case.
Her LinkedIn profile, which was deleted last week, stated that she had studied psychology at Lancaster University and had a qualification from Edge Hill University.
Her neighbors in a quiet residential area in Hindley, near Wigan, expressed their shock. One said, ‘She’s our neighbor and friend.
It must be a terrible time for her family and we had no idea. All we can do is wait for the trial and see what happens.”
Morris has also been charged with inciting sexual activity with a child under the age of 13.
She and David Morris, 52, of Eccleston, near St Helens on Merseyside, were charged with three charges of raping a girl under 13 and inciting the sexual activity of a girl under 13.
The couple share a surname but are not believed to be married or related. Both were placed in pre-trial detention last week until their appearance at the Crown Court in Liverpool next month.