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Latest figures reveal nearly secondary schoolchildren have been caught sending or receiving sexual or indecent imagery by text or since There has been an alarming rise in the of schoolchildren in Perth caught sharing sexual imagery in the past three years. Figures have revealed nearly secondary schoolchildren have been caught sending or receiving sexual or indecent imagery by text or since The 43 cases involved a total of 85 pupils ranging from S1 to S6 and also involved at least two adults.
Perth Academy was unable to provide any figures because the council does not require schools to record instances of sexting. The figures, which were released under freedom of information laws, are likely to underestimate the problem in Perth as many sexting cases go undetected.
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