Topless Students Simulate Sex Acts In Art Project, Teacher Gets Fired

Mrs. Emma Wright, a high school art teacher, was just fired and permanently banned from the profession after letting her students pose while simulating sex acts.

Holding alcohol bottles and pretending to smoke cigarettes, a group of students under the age of 16 were allowed to pose while exposing large swaths of their body during a school art project.

Specifically, students were topless in some photos and wearing part of their school uniforms in others. The Sun claims that some photos showed girls with their hands in their underwear, simultaneously pretending to masturbate.

Holy S#*&!

Mrs. Emma Wright, an art teacher at Huxlow Science College in Northamptonshire, England, was reported to the Teaching Regulation Agency (TRA) back in 2018. The report came after another teacher stumbled across the seemingly pedophilic photos in students’ portfolios in 2017. And after review, the TRA has permanently axed Mrs. Wright.

Mrs. Wright told the panel that she’d introduced the students to a photographer who made suggestive photos but that she herself had no part in their composition. Further, she told Sun Online that she felt the decision was a miscarriage of justice.

“I feel there is a deep injustice about it, but I am not going to appeal because I no longer wish to teach,” she said. “I have written to my MP, the union and the Education Minister regarding this. I am a good person. I am not the person they are making out to be… I really feel very strongly about it. I am really quite upset about it. It is a position I never thought I would be in… Those students were wonderful students. I have no bad feelings towards those students at all.”

Mrs. Wright Thinks The Photos Weren’t Sexual

Mrs. Emma Wright also told the TRA panel that in her opinion, the photos weren’t sexual in nature.

But the panel decided that Mrs. Wright failed to use appropriate judgement and failed to safeguard her students. This amounts to a breach of professionalism and teaching standards. What’s more, the breach of conduct is serious enough to permanently ban her from teaching ever again.

Mr. Alan Meyrick, TRA’s chief executive, said of the situation, “Whilst the panel was satisfied that there was a low risk of repetition, it did not find that Mrs. Wright had fully reflected on the safeguarding implications of allowing pupils to take photographs of themselves or others in a state of undress. The risk of harm, due to the lack of safeguarding pupils, was a significant factor in forming that opinion. In my view, it is necessary to impose a prohibition order in order to maintain public confidence in the profession.”

Mr. Meyrick ruled that Mrs. Wright shall be “prohibited from teaching indefinitely and cannot teach in any school, sixth form college, relevant youth accommodation or children’s home in England.”

Mrs. Emma Wright can appeal the decision in 2024.

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