A WOMAN whose rapist is a stepfather made her pregnant aged 14
Kim Fawcett was abused by truck-driver Robert Stuart McClelland for more than a year before he was jailed in 2004.
Human Rights Lawyer Ms. Fawcett, 30, said Ellesmere College in Shropshire failed to "keep me safe" and plans to take it to the High Court.
But the college said "nothing to support her claim".
Ms Fawcett, who now lives in Bristol, has waived her right to anonymity.
McClelland first raped when she was 13.
He plied the vulnerable teen with a bottle of Smirnoff before attacking.
He then engraved the bottle with the date and kept it as a sick trophy.
Ms Fawcett claims that her school had "explicit knowledge" of sexual text messages she received from her stepfather, and thus knew about the self-harming she carried out as a result.
She said: "None of these concerns were reported to social services.
McClelland to social services, the abuse would have stopped in June 2002 instead of June 2003. "
In that year, Ms Fawcett, aged 14, what raped, contracted a sexually-transmitted infection and became pregnant by McClelland who later told her to have an abortion.
Ms Fawcett started legal proceedings after a breakdown last year.
She said, "It really started to wonder where all the adults had been in my life.
I have gone from blaming myself to turning that out on to people.
"I really did deserve better." I "utterly furious for the little girl that I was."
Informally outlining her claims, but in light of her rejection of her allegations the case has been put on a formal legal footing.
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The college's head master, Brendan Wignall, said: "The school is appalled by the abuse, but has been completely unaware of what had happened to her.
"We are very sorry she feels the school let down.
"But we can genuinely find nothing to support claim, and therefore have no option but to resist it."