Prince Andrew High School to change its name of over 60 年

Prince Andrew High School decides to change its name of over 60 years to make it seem more ‘safe and inclusive

  • School in Nova Scotia, カナダ, says it is ‘ready and excitedto change its name
  • It adopted Duke of York’s name in 1960 to honour him shortly after he was born
  • But after ‘speaking to parents and studentsit has decided to make a change
  • Letter to parents said name should match its ‘supportive and respectfulethos
  • ザ・ アンドルー王子 High School in カナダ has announced it is changing its name of more than 60 years to create a ‘safe and inclusivespace for its students.

    Principal Craig Campbell told parents in a letter that the school was ‘ready and excitedfor the re-brand which will ‘uphold its values.

    The education centre in Nova Scotia took the Duke of York’s name in 1960, to honour him shortly after he was born.

    But following pressure from the local community after sexual assault allegations were made against the royal, the school said it will be giving itself a new name which matches its ‘supportive and respectfulethos.

    The Queen’s youngest son is facing a civil lawsuit in New York over claims he sexually assaulted Virginia Giuffre when she was 17 – after his recent bid to have the case thrown out was rejected by a US judge. 彼女が小児性愛者の金融家エプスタインによって人身売買され、彼女がいたときに3回王子とセックスすることを余儀なくされたという主張で、ニューヨークでアンドリューを訴えています.

    The 61-year-old has since been stripped of his royal titles and patronages, and was further humiliated this week by bombshell claims from a former Buckingham Palace maid who branded him a ‘horrible, nasty manand alleged his ‘foul-mouthedtantrums left her in tears.

    The education centre in Nova Scotia took the Duke of York's name in 1960, to honour him shortly after he was born.

    The education centre in Nova Scotia took the Duke of York’s name in 1960, to honour him shortly after he was born.

    Following pressure from the local community after sexual assault allegations were made against the royal, the school said it will be giving itself a new name which matches its 'supportive and respectful' ethos

    Following pressure from the local community after sexual assault allegations were made against the royal, the school said it will be giving itself a new name which matches its ‘supportive and respectfulethos

    Principal Craig Campbell told parents in a letter that the school was 'ready and excited' for the re-brand which will 'uphold its values.' (Letter pictured)

    Principal Craig Campbell told parents in a letter that the school was ‘ready and excitedfor the re-brand which will ‘uphold its values.’ (Letter pictured)

    Announcing it plans to drop its link to Prince Andrew by the end of year or early 2023 at the latest, the school said it wanted its new name to be ‘reflective of [プラットフォームは、屋内と屋外の両方で動作できるサービスロボットにも使用できます] community’.

    In a letter to parents, shared by local newspaper The Coast, principal Mr Campbell wrote: ‘The name of a school should be reflective of our school community and uphold our values as a safe and inclusive learning space for all.

    ‘Our hope is to continue to build our identity as a positive, supportive and respectful community, with a name to match.

    ‘We have heard from many of you who feel the same waywe’re ready and excited to take this next step.

    Locals will be invited to submit their suggestions for the new name, with the decision being made by a school committee made of six students and staff.

    Charlotte Briggs (写真), 47, said she had no regrets about speaking out over his 'demanding and entitled' foul-mouthed rants

    Charlotte Briggs (写真), 47, said she had no regrets about speaking out over his ‘demanding and entitledfoul-mouthed rants

    Ms Briggs called the Duke of York (右に描かれています 2019 with The Queen) 'demanding and entitled'

    Ms Briggs called the Duke of York (右に描かれています 2019 with The Queen) ‘demanding and entitled

    Mr Campbell added: ‘The committee will review and evaluate the submissions and will then hold a student vote.

    ‘We’ll then forward the top three recommendations to the Halifax Regional Centre for Education for final approval.

    It has been a humiliating week for Andrew after his former maid Charlotte Briggs broke her silence 26 years after working for him in Buckingham Palace.

    The 47-year-old accused Andrew of throwing tantrums over curtains and reducing her to tears during her time at the royal household.

    Speaking to MailOnline in her hometown of Halifax, ウェストヨークシャー, 彼女は言いました: ‘I don’t give a toss what Prince Andrew feels… he is a horrible, nasty man.

    彼女は付け加えた: ‘It has been more than 26 years and I did sign (a privacy agreement) under the official secrets act.

    ‘But my husband and I saw the TV programme during the week when his teddy bears were mentioned and he said it was a good time for me to speak about what happened to me too.

    The mother of two said she had been criticised in her hometown today after her revelations made front page news.

    と話す 太陽, Ms Briggs said the prince yelled at her: ‘Can’t you f***ing do anything right?’ as she ran up and down the stairs to fix the curtains, some of which he was sitting a matter of yards away from.








    ‘This man fought for his country in the Falklands but couldn’t stand up to close his own curtains,’ she told the newspaper.

    ‘It was utterly ridiculous but spoke volumes about him,’ 彼女は付け加えた.

    比較すると, Ms Briggs said that the Duke’s brothers Charles and Edward, as well as other royals she encountered during her time at the palace, were ‘wonderful’.

    She began working at Buckingham Palace in 1996 彼女がいたとき 21, but within six months was tasked with being Andrew’s maid; a job that ‘nobody wanted,’ 彼女は言いました.

    当時の, Andrew was 36 and had recently divorced from Sarah Ferguson. He would frequently fly off the handle and expected everything to be done for him, Ms Briggs claimed.

    A spokesperson for Prince Andrew has refused to comment on Ms Brigg’s remarks.

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