A primary school teacher in North Yorkshire has been charged with a string of child sex offences.
A 31 year old man appeared at York Magistrates Court on Friday charged with 23 offences including sexual activity with a boy under the age of thirteen.
He was also charged with voyeurism, sexual touching and making and possession indecent images of children. He was released on bail and will appear again on 9th May.
He taught at three primary schools in York. Parents of children at those schools have received letters making them aware of the allegations.
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