Port Augusta, SOuth Australia, relief teacher Ammy Singleton faces court for child sex offences

Port Augusta, SOuth Australia, relief teacher Ammy Singleton faces court for child sex offences

A relief teacher from rural South Australia has faced court for inappropriately communicating with a child.

Ammy Singleton faced the Port Augusta Court on Wednesday morning after being charged with communicating with a child to make them amenable to sexual activity between November 1 and 30 last year.

Port Augusta West Primary School’s principal David Lawton issued a letter to parents earlier this year to inform them Ms Singleton had worked at the school for one day in July, 2020.

‘Police have advised the Department for Education they do not have any objections to the department informing the school community,’ he said.

‘This incident does not involve any students at our school and the information available to the school suggests there is no need for any concern for any children at our school.’

Ms Singleton has bail conditions that prevent her from engaging in any child related work.

‘If you have any concerns about the safety and welfare of your child, please feel free to contact me directly at the school.’

Ms Singleton is due to face Port Augusta Court again on July 20.

South Australia Police did not provide more details on the case when contacted by Daily Mail Australia.

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