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    (Original post by hamna98)
    In year 10 there was only a few of us in maths because the others had an exam for another subject, we had our main maths teacher as usual but we had an old male as an assistant teacher for the day, everyone was talking and having a discussion with the teacher. I wasn’t involved in the convo as I didn’t have friends in that class, and I noticed the assistant teacher kept looking at me (like downwards, not my face but my body) and he got a piece of paper out and his pencil and started sketching or drawing or something, at this point I was so scared and till this day I still believe he drew a picture of me, I have no evidence, and I really want to see what he was sketching, I hope to God it wasn’t me. But there’s no other explanation? ....he kept looking at my body and kept drawing and carried on, I couldn’t say anything because then he would stop or deny, he was very weird and got close to people when they would ask a question about the work.

    I told my maths teacher at the end of the lesson, she said don't worry I'm sure you're safe, I'm sure he didn't do that.

    You cant do anything.about it now
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