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Aimee Jones, 36, admitted s*xually touching the teen, whose name cannot be identified for legal reasons, in the back of her car months after she initially approached her victim at school.
Teesside Crown Court heard how she told the teenager that he was bis*xual and “had feelings of attraction to her”.
Her mother was told that she “would never teach again” as she was jailed for eight months in November 2021, even though she was not subject to a s*xual harm prevention order.
Now the former teacher faces a process for misconduct initiated by the Teacher Regulation Agency.
The mother was told that she would ‘never teach again’ as she was imprisoned for eight months; here she appears in the photo of her with her husband Philip
In October last year, Jones admitted to four counts of abusing a position of trust by engaging in s*xual activity with a girl between the ages of 13 and 17 who was being cared for on school premises, which was linked on at least eight occasions. , during a brief hearing at Newton Aycliffe. Magistrate’s court.
At her sentencing, Judge Chris Smith heard how months after initial contact, the couple met in a park and held hands.
Jon Harley, accuser, said: “The couple walked through the more remote parts of the park or sat in the back of Mrs Jones’ car.” They kissed, hugged, and on one occasion both took off their tops and were naked from the waist up.’
“This was always accompanied by what is described as intense pre and post text messages with Ms Jones acknowledging that what she was doing was wrong and taking risks.”
The abuse came to light when Jones’s husband, Philip, began to suspect that his wife was having an extramarital affair. Jones admitted to having an affair, but claimed that he was with a teaching assistant at the Darlington school.
Her mother then tried to persuade the school to pretend that there was a fictitious teaching assistant in the school to dissuade her husband, although it was accepted that this was not to hinder the police investigation.
Teesside Crown Court heard that initially Jones and her husband remained together, but when the full extent of the matter came to light, she reported it.
Jones, who gave her address in court in Richmond, North Yorkshire, also contacted her victim and told her that she should tell the police everything before officers found her and arrested her upon arrival at the school. .
Judge Smith heard that Jones expressed “genuine remorse” and said that was clear both in an “eloquent” letter Jones had written to the court and in a pre-sentence report and psychological report.
Jones, who was described as a “meek, mild-mannered, shy lady,” shared photos of the plates of food they ate, which Robert Mochrie, mitigating, said was “a far cry from the often unpleasant images” they often seek. . criminals
In sentencing Jones to eight months in prison on all four counts, Judge Smith said: “All parents who send their children to school expect those to whose care they entrust their children to keep them safe.”
The misconduct hearing will be held on November 4.