A Northam teacher who was disciplined after parents complained about alleged inappropriate conduct towards students has been posted to another school in Perth's northern suburbs.
The allegations stemmed from a YouTube video of parents confronting Northam Senior High School head of physical education and former champion footballer Allen "Shorty" Daniels.
The Education Department investigated the complaints after the video was uploaded on the internet a year ago.
Filmed on school property with a mobile phone, the video starts with boys apologising to Mr Daniels for throwing eggs at his car.
But their parents soon turn on the teacher, with one accusing Mr Daniels of asking students in a health quiz whether they had sex with someone they "never would have slept with sober".
She says it was "totally inappropriate" for Mr Daniels to tell her daughter she should have gone to the Year 12 ball with him because he would have "shown her a good time".
Another mother says in the video that Mr Daniels "humiliated" boys and a father claims that repeated complaints to the school about the teacher were ignored.
Professional standards and conduct executive director Eamon Ryan said the department took disciplinary action after an investigation into allegations against a Wheatbelt teacher.
He would not confirm which parents' allegations were proved, but said the department "upheld most of the allegations, however, some were unsubstantiated".
"The allegations related predominantly to inappropriate comments and confrontational behaviour," he said and that the teacher responded positively to steps to improve his conduct.
Mr Ryan confirmed the teacher had been moved to another school outside the region.
_The West Australian _understands that Mr Daniels, who played for the Victorian and WA football leagues in the 1980s, has been appointed head of physical education at Ellenbrook Secondary College from next year.
A parent with children at the college said it was unfair Ellenbrook should be saddled with a teacher whom parents at another school did not want. The mother of four, who asked not to be named, threatened to pull her children out if Mr Daniels was allowed to teach there.
She said she would set up a parents' group to complain to the Education Department and petition the State Government.