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Thursday, 29 December 2016

Teacher banned for life after asking if pupil was a virgin and another if she 'did' sex act



A perverted teacher who touched-up pupils and and talked dirty to them has been banned from teaching for life.

Vile Paul Coxon, 53, asked a female student whether she was a virgin and asked her to "come and sit on it" before saying: “I bet you are good at sucking things."

He also looked at her chest and said “oh I like that” and told her “the things I want to do to you, you wouldn’t believe”.

On another occasion he said: “You’d do better get across the table with my d*** inside you."


The National College of Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) panel at the hearing in Coventry heard he groped another girl and touched her intimately saying: “I want to be the first one to have sex with you.”

He also asked her: “Here’s a question. Do you do oral sex?”

Cox, who taught at Thornhill School in Sunderland, then folded his arms across another girl’s chest, squeezing her and lifting her off the floor, which put her in a situation which made her “feel uncomfortable”.

Dirty Cox also made a remark to a male pupil which was “mocking and humiliating” in front of his classmates, Chronicle Live reported.

The panel said the girl pupils’ were “convincing and reliable” and said “by contrast, we found Mr Coxon to be unreliable and inconsistent when providing his evidence”.

They said: “Mr Coxon repeatedly made sexually motivated and inappropriate comments to two pupils.

"His behaviour was on several occasions offensive...furthermore, he touched pupils on intimate areas on numerous occasions.”

The panel found that he was guilty of sexually motivated conduct and unacceptable professional behaviour which could bring the teaching profession into disrepute.  Imposing the ban on behalf of Education Secretary, Justine Greening, Alan Meyrick, deputy director of the NCTL, made it clear that there was no going back to teaching for Coxon and ruled he should never be allowed back in the classroom, imposing a permanent ban.

He added: “I support the recommendation that Mr Coxon should be subject to a prohibition order. I agree with the panel’s view that the proved facts are so serious that no other outcome would sufficiently protect pupils or the public interest.”

Coxon has the right of appeal to the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court to challenge the order.

UKMirror

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