A music teacher who sent a photo of his exposed bottom to a 17-year-old former student has been banned from teaching indefinitely.
Dale Evans was a music teacher at Cardiff High School when he sent the picture – showing him tortuous over a bed in a hoodie observant ‘Mr E’.
An Education Workforce Council (EWC) Fitness to Practice conference listened that the teenager, famous as student A in the proceedings, lied about being happy and the teacher responded by giving him his personal write number.
He then sent Evans a photoshopped racy picture with his face on it.
Evans asked the student to be ‘discreet’ about their messages, which case presenter Cadi Dewi pronounced valid the former teacher knew his actions were inappropriate.
Ms Dewi said: ‘Why would he wish the student to be watchful about it? This is something he wanted to censor from others and the only proclivity for that is he knows it is wrong.
‘He goes on to say: “You’re such a attractive kid and so masculine.” The proclivity there is one of flirting and there’s a passionate proclivity behind that.’
When the student perceived the exposed picture of Evans, he shared it on Snapchat with other youngsters.
Speaking on interest of the EWC hearing, Helen Robbins said: ‘We have motionless to issue a trial sequence to strengthen the open and the pupils. This means Evans will be private from the teaching register.
‘He will be means to re-apply but will not be means to do so until 3 years’ time. Until then Mr Evans will be banned from teaching indefinitely.’
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A police review found no rapist poise had taken place.
The former teacher denied his actions were unsuitable and claims he was a victim of ‘discriminatory and homophobic’ diagnosis by the former pupils, as they lied to him in sequence to out him as a happy man.
Cardiff High School conduct teacher Stephen Jones said: ‘Mr Evans actions brought the school into shame and were exclusive with the school’s ethos. There has been an irreparable
breakdown in trust between Mr Evans and the school.’
Representing Mr Evans, Colin Adkins said: ‘These pupils were vigilant on tour a happy teacher.’
‘Mr Evans intent in passionate activity with someone he believed to be 17 going on 18. There’s zero inapt about that whatsoever.’