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July 14th, 2018 by admin

Ravenswood School for Girls settles Supreme Court case out of court

Ravenswood School for Girls, on Sydney’s upper north shore. Photo: Michele Mossop The letter to parents and members of the ‘Ravenswood community’. Photo: Supplied
Nanjing Night Net

A Supreme Court case brought against prestigious girls’ school Ravenswood by the father of a former student has been settled out of court.

Christopher Haynes launched legal action against the $28,000-a-year school in April after his daughter Charlotte was expelled in 2015 following allegations of bullying.

In a letter sent to the “Ravenswood community” on Wednesday evening, the school said allegations reported in the media were “false and unfounded”.

The circumstances of the settlement are not known.

Mark Webb, the chair of the Ravenswood School Council, announced the case had been settled in an emailed letter.

“In the interests of all parties, the Court case between Christopher Haynes and Ravenswood School for Girls has been settled out of Court,” Mr Webb said in the letter, dated October 5.

“The School acknowledges allegations reported in the media about Chris’ daughter, Charlotte are false and unfounded.

“The parties have agreed not to make any further comment.”

The case was set to be heard on October 24, however the parties were asked to mediate when they last appeared in court in May.

Ravenswood and Mr Haynes’ lawyer have been contacted for comment.

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