“Words are very little in the face of such a tragedy,” he said. “It’s a tragedy that mourns us all,” reacted the Minister of National Education Gabriel Attal this Wednesday, after a 15-year-old boy killed himself at his home in Poissy (Yvelines), Tuesday. “Each drama is one drama too many,” insisted the minister, who announced the launch of an administrative investigation and a “strong initiative” to come against harment.
The teenager, previously educated in Poissy, had been the victim of “bullying” and “repeated insults” from other students between 2022 and 2023. A meeting had been organized at his establishment in December, before the parents of the victim will not be received in March 2023. But the latter denounced, in April, “the absence of measures taken in the face of this situation of harment”, indicated Gabriel Attal.
Schooled in “3rd “preparatory trades”” at the Adrienne Bolland high school in Poissy, the teenager benefited from “regular monitoring” by a CPE, “until the end of the school year”, also declared Gabriel Attal . In September, however, he returned to another establishment, in Paris.
A visit from Brigitte Macron on Thursday
Early Tuesday evening, emergency services intervened in Poissy for a 15-year-old boy found hanged at his home. After unsuccessful resuscitation attempts, the teenager was declared dead, according to a police source.
“The desperate act of the young teenager from Poissy plunges us into immense sadness. We parents can all be affected by such a terrible gesture, ”reacted Renaissance MP for Yvelines Karl Olive, former mayor of Poissy, on X (formerly Twitter). According to our information, the First lady Brigitte Macron, and the deputy Karl Olive will go to the family home this Thursday, in Poissy.
Bullying at school, which affects one in ten pupils, has been made the government’s top priority for the 2023-2024 school year, after the suicide of young Lindsay, 13 years oldin the spring in Pas-de-Calais.