Caroline Berriman was a teaching assistant at Abraham Moss Community School which is located in north Manchester. The assaulter indeed had a previous record of the incident of having sex with a 15-year-old pupil, and yet has recently been jailed for grooming a teenage student.
In the statement according to the Attorney’s General’s office is the following written below:
“Caroline Berriman, who worked as a trusted classroom assistant, groomed and then took advantage of a teenage boy, plainly abusing that position of trust. I referred the case to the Court of Appeal because the original sentence failed to fully reflect the ages of the defendant and the victim. I am therefore pleased the Court of Appeal today imposed a two-year immediate prison term on Berriman which should reassure the public and send out a strong message that teenagers of both genders have a legal right to be protected from grooming and sexual interference.”
In accordance to the Court of Appeal, she was recently suspended for two-year sentence initially as due to the various complaints from a local MP, and the crowd.
Berriman, who is 30-year-old, took advantage with a teenage boy and started a relationship during her shift as a classroom assistant as Manchester Evening News reports. Until then, she was suspended and eventually, had left school. Caroline was then pleaded guilty for assaulting and taking advantage of a child not one, but two times in doing sexual activities. As for the teenager, he has now left his school, and was reported absent during the court for the hearings.