PARENTS have demanded the younger brother of a ‘30-year-old pupil’ be removed from the same school over fears he too could be an ADULT.
Worried mums and dads want the student – said to be 13 or 14 – taken from the premises until his age can be confirmed.
Facebook Parents have argued for the brother of a pupil, believed by some to be 30, to be removed from school over fears he is an adult too[/caption]
It is understood he arrived in the UK ‘without papers’ with the student 15, who is being investigated over claims he is as old as 30 – and married with two children.
The Sun has been told both Iranian lads are staying with a couple said to be their parents locally to Stoke High School, in Ipswich, Suffolk.
One mum blasted: “It’s nothing personal at all – it’s a simple matter of security.
“If there’s any suggestion there are adults masquerading as children in that school they have to be taken out of lessons until investigators get to the bottom of it.
SWNS:South West News Service Stoke High School said the Home Office is looking into the allegations[/caption]
“If they are investigating one who says he is 15 for potentially being 30 they need to look at the 14-year-old.
“By the same logic he could be as old as 28.
“Having someone of that age in the school would be totally unacceptable. Safeguarding has to come first.
“I understand people have their reasons for coming to the UK – and you can’t blame anyone for wanting an education.
SWNS:South West News Service Parents said they were concerned that an adult man could have been allowed into classroom with their children[/caption]
“But there a proper channels for sorting all of that. Our school’s resources are squeezed enough as it is.”
The 15-year-old under investigation started in year 11 at the school last half-term.
It is understood he travelled from Germany to the UK where he has applied for asylum.
Locals have speculated he needs GCSEs to get a job here – so joined in the final year so he can take the exams next spring.
Pupils also found a Facebook profile in the same name as the pupil. It showed a man with a thick moustache and chest hair swigging from a bottle of beer.
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The profile claimed to be of a former architecture student at the Islamic Azad University in Abadan, Iran, who had lived in Erfurt, Germany.
Some outraged parents have removed their children from the school, which has 680 pupils, until a full investigation was conducted.
The Ormiston Academies Trust, which runs Stoke High School, last week asked the Home Office to investigate. The school said the pupil is no longer attending classes.
The Home Office said it was only aware of an investigation over one pupil.
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