Rosie, a rescued Highland Terrier caused a health and safety sensation when it was discovered that head teacher Michelle Taylor was bringing her into school. It was noted that Rosie was free to wander the corridors and gardens of the school, and that children were petting the docile animal.
It was eventually discovered that children had been advised to wash their hands after petting Rosie, and that when she goes to the toilet in appropriate locations the children inform the teachers who clean up the mess. Ofsted also report that Rosie was “well socialised”.
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