THREE teenagers are to go on trial for allegedly assaulting a teacher at a Huddersfield school.
Two 14-year-old boys and a girl of 15, all from Huddersfield, are accused of assaulting the teacher on September 30 at the school they all attended.
None of the three can be named for legal reasons.
The two boys are alleged to have assaulted the teacher and committed offences of affray on the same day.
The girl - the sister of one of the boys - is alleged to have assaulted the teacher roughly one hour later, in a separate incident.
All deny the offences and the case was adjourned until November 12, when a trial date will be fixed.
The girl and one of the boys have bail on condition that they do not go within 50 yards of the victim.
The other boy has been remanded into the care of Kirklees Council. He has to comply with instructions given by the council and is not allowed to be placed in his parents' care.
This boy will also face a further three trials - totally separate from the alleged incident at the school.
He is charged with wounding a girl on July 9 and will go on trial on November 21.
He is alleged to have wounded another girl on July 17 and will have another trial on December 3.
He is also charged with a burglary at Ridge Street, Primrose Hill, on July 20. He will be tried on December 5.
A charge of stealing a sandwich from a shop was dismissed.
The boy was ordered not to contact three witnesses.