Goodbye Stonyhurst College: Father of ran away teen brings his daughter back to Kazakhstan 27 января 2014, 16:40
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The headmaster of Stonyhurst Andrew Johnson has arranged a transfer of runaway Kazakhstan teen Indira Gainieva to another school, Tengrinews reports citing The Telegraph.
This other school has agreed to interview both Indira Gainieva and Edward Bunyan and possibly take them in. However it doesn't look like Indira's father is ready for one more foreign education attempt right now.
The story of the runaway teens reached its climax upon the arrival of Indira’s father Ravil Gainiev, 50, to the Dominican Republic to confront his daughter and bring her back to Kazakhstan. After a rather public row, the teens were separated. Indira, 17, will be brought back to Kazakhstan while her boyfriend Edward Bunyan, 16, will follow his mother Susannah to Canada.
Two rebels who ran away from “bad British weather” to sunny Punta Cana will be expelled from Stonyhurst. Their parents agreed with the school decision and are ready to take their children from Stonyhurst. The school message said that both Indira and Edward “expressed their regret for the trouble they have caused and ask to be left alone to make a new start at a new school”.
The couple ran away on January 13 from the Stonyhurst College, one of Britain’s most distinguished Roman Catholic public schools, and was tracked downa week later in the Dominican Republic.
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