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    Hi,

    My teacher keeps touching me on my leg why??
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    If this isnt a troll, then you need to ask him not to if it causes you unease or move away if he does. Make a note of the date time and location, also if anyone else has seen it.

    If he repeats it, then you should talk to your form tutor, head of year, school counselor and consider making a formal complaint.

    You need to know if theres a no touch rule for the school, it could be innocent, but if you have asked him not to, then he should respect that.

    Be sure its not an accident. Its a serious thing and highly unprofessional if he persists against your wishes, but so would a false allegation, so be careful and sure. If you ask him not to and make it plain it makes you uncomftable then that should deal with it. If not escalate it.

    If you are unsure or dont have anyone to talk to, then contact childline which caters for anyone up to the age of 19. You cna speak to a specialist counselor who will listen and advice in complete confidentiality.

    The contact details are here.
    http://www.childline.org.uk/talk/Pages/Talk.aspx
 
 
 
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