The school’s governing body has closed the case after the teacher’s resignation.
The teacher was reported to the governing body, in August 2019, after allegedly telling pupils that white people are “genetically smarter” than people of colour.
Steven Tait, chairperson of the governing body, told the Daily News it launched an investigation and the teacher was suspended until August 12, pending a disciplinary hearing.
“The teacher was employed by the governing body. We received an unexpected resignation letter last week, before the disciplinary hearing that was scheduled for Monday, August 12. As she was on contract with us, we accepted it and we closed the case on our side. We cannot comment on anything regarding the teacher and the racism incident, as she is no longer linked with us,” he said.