The lady in the picture below has been banned for life for having sex with a female student.
The lady in question, Sarah Barton is married and enticed the pupil by inviting her to the West End to watch Matilda – and having sex with her in a hotel.
Barton, who is 37, admitted to having sex with the girl in a hotel after arranging a trip to the theatre in London to watch the beloved Roald Dahl play.
This is not all as this teacher from Essex also had sex with the girl in the field and in her car
It should be noted that Sarah Berton is a mother of two and has been told never to teach again after admitting 12 allegations of misconduct at a National College for Teaching & Leadership disciplinary panel in July.
The panel heard that Barton had struck up a friendship with the girl and quickly the pair were regularly meeting in private. She later on bragged on how she has had sex with a convent school girl
Mark Tweedle, chair of the misconduct panel, said: ‘Witness 1 states that you told her you had sex in your car with Pupil A and it is a natural inference that this happened after you had picked up Pupil A in your car.
‘We acknowledge that Pupil A’s parents gave their permission for their daughter to be in your car.
‘However, this permission must clearly only have been given on the basis that there was a legitimate teacher/pupil relationship between you and their daughter.’
Despite being told by pals not to take the pupil on the overnight trip, Barton took the youngster to the theatre last June – and even spent the night in the hotel.
He added: ‘Regardless of who actually organised this trip to Matilda, it took place in June 2016 when your relationship with Pupil A had been developing for some time.
‘This was clearly inappropriate.’ Barton admitted that she had failed to maintain boundaries and abused her position of trust by having an inappropriate relationship with Pupil A, in that she contacted them by telephone, met with them in her school office and kissed the pupil.
She admitted to taking the pupil to see the musical Matilda in London during half term, booking a hotel and having sex with the her.
She also told the panel how she had attended the pupil’s parents’ house and attended their birthday party.
Barton worked at the Essex school from September 2007 to July 2016 where she worked as a drama teacher and then served as head of department for drama and dance.
In recommending Barton be prohibited from teacher Mr Tweedle said: ‘Whilst there was no evidence that Mrs Barton’s actions began in any deliberate manner, in light of the length of time that the relationship developed and the emotional benefit gained by Mrs Barton, the panel had to conclude there was planning by her to some degree.’
Alan Meyrick, who decides on teacher misconduct cases on behalf of the Secretary of State for Education, said: ‘I am therefore taking the decision to impose a prohibition order with a provision for an application to be made to set the order aside after a minimum of five years.
The order means that Mrs Sarah Barton is prohibited from teaching indefinitely and cannot teach in any school, sixth form college, relevant youth accommodation or children’s home in England.