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Police have confirmed they are investigating a physics teacher who was banned after having sex with a teenage pupil in the loos on the plane back from a school trip.
Avon and Somerset police confirmed that Eleanor Wilson attended a police station after a panel heard how the teacher from South Gloucestershire engaged in the act as pupils returned home from a trip to Geneva.
A spokesperson said: ‘A 28-year-old woman has voluntarily attended at a police station, and enquiries are ongoing.’
Wilson, 28, had unprotected sex and oral intercourse with the boy, who had necked five mini bottles of wine, as they returned home from a trip to the CERN complex in 2015 – home of the Large Hadron Collider.
After returning to the unnamed school, the pair reportedly continued their relationship for seven months until a pupil revealed their tryst when Wilson refused to have sex with him.
The hearing heard: ‘The panel heard evidence from Pupil A that during a school trip, he and Miss Wilson became close. During the flight home from the trip, Pupil A gave evidence that he and Miss Wilson were flirting at the back of the plane, whilst looking after another pupil who was unwell.
‘Pupil A gave evidence that Miss Wilson was intoxicated and that he had himself drunk approximately 5 miniature bottles of wine on the flight. Pupil A gave evidence that he and Miss Wilson entered the toilet, kissed and had oral sex and intercourse without using protection.’
At the end of the two day panel, it was ruled that the 28-year-old, who had worked at the school since 2013, will receive an indefinite teaching ban – and cannot apply to teach again.
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In a statement, a school spokesperson said: ‘We unreservedly condemn Ms Wilson’s actions. Her conduct represents a shocking abuse of her position of trust as a teacher.
‘On discovering what had taken place, she was immediately suspended and we conducted a thorough investigation that resulted in her subsequent dismissal. We then referred the case to the National College, who have prohibited her from teaching permanently. We welcome this decision.
‘None of the incidents described took place on school property. Sadly, no organisation can ever be entirely immune from the actions of a lone member of staff with dubious intentions and we remain vigilant.
‘The modern world presents risks and dangers to our young people that we are not complacent about. ‘