A teacher has been found guilty of having unprotected sex with one of her students on a flight back from visiting the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland. After the trip, the teacher and student did a little colliding of their own in the bathroom. The teacher, Eleanor Wilson denied the charges and said the two just hugged. The student confirmed the sex and said that he and the teacher began messaging each other.
A second student messaged Wilson and threatened to tell on her unless she had sex with him. Wilson notified the school and the police. She was eventually fired and permanently banned from ever teaching school again. She is now a Royal Navy reservist.
Jethro Wilson, 26, says his sister Eleanor, 28, denies joining the ‘mile high club’ with a sixth-former on the way back from a school trip to the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva 2015.
Mr Wilson says the former teacher, who was banned from the classroom for life yesterday and is under investigation by police, has started afresh and is spending her time as a Royal Navy reservist and living with a new boyfriend.
He told MailOnline: ‘My sister worked so hard to become a teacher and she denied having sex with him. She also said she hadn’t been drinking on the plane home.
‘Eleanor has moved on with her life. She has a new boyfriend and at the moment she is on Dartmoor training with the Royal Navy Reservists.’
Miss Wilson had been necking miniature bottles of wine while flirting at the back of the budget flight back from Geneva before entered the toilet, kissed, engaged in a sex act and had intercourse without using any protection, a tribunal heard.
Giving evidence to a professional conduct panel, the sixth-former, known as Pupil A, said both of them were drunk on the flight in the summer of 2015.
The teacher, from Keighley, West Yorkshire, continued their relationship, texting and meeting up for drinks despite gossip at the school in Bristol