Teachers and parents at an Odense school embroiled in racism allegations face an environment of harrassment and verbal abuse at the hands of minority students, according to the head of the school's parent's association.

"The students behave in a completely unacceptable manner," said Peter Julius in a letter written to Fyens Stiftstidene newspaper on behalf of school staff and the school board.

It is this tense environment, Julius claims, that contributed to an incident in which Birgitte Sonsby, the headteacher of the school, was reported to the police and still faces possible disciplinary action from the council after reportedly using racially charged language when reprimanding a group of boys who had disrupted her class.

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