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Good looking teachers get picked out by students and they get hard done by.' At the earlier hearing, the National College for Teaching and Leadership disciplinary panel found Pupil A to be a credible, reliable witness and agreed with his version of events.
Miss Wilson was not present but the panel heard she had previously denied the pair kissed or had sex, and claimed they simply 'hugged on occasion'.
and his business partner and his architectural designer, Charles Terrell.
The original opening date was set for July 30, 1980, but construction delays forced a deferral to September 20, 1980, with Alan Dodd as disc jockey. Membership packs with floor plans were distributed and before the club opened 2,500 memberships had been sold at 0 each for the first 700 members and for 0 for the rest, with a waiting list established.
He was not – as previously reported - on the school’s trip earlier that month to Geneva, to visit the Large Hadron Collider in CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research.
Eleanor Wilson (left and right, in her Royal Navy reservist uniform), 28, has been banned from the classroom for life after having unprotected sex in a toilet with a pupil on a flight home from a school trip According to his friend, the boy, now 18, had split with his girlfriend before the trip and was a Casanova.
After she denied improper behaviour, no further action was taken.
But seven months later, in March 2016, the relationship came to light, when another pupil tried to blackmail Miss Wilson, threatening to reveal the tryst unless she had sex with him.
A boy who joined the ‘Mile-High club’ with his teacher on the flight home from a school trip told his friends about their relationship and showed them her sexts, Mail Online can reveal.
The 16-year-old pupil had a fling with his physics teacher Eleanor Wilson, who was ten years his senior, during a two-week charity and conservation trip to Swaziland in Africa.
Polly O'Malley, chairman of the professional conduct panel, said: 'There was evidence that the teacher's actions were deliberate and continued for a significant length of time despite her understanding that her behaviour was inappropriate.'There was no evidence to suggest that the teacher was acting under duress.'Striking Miss Wilson off from the profession, she added: 'These behaviours include serious dishonesty and serious sexual misconduct.