Teacher suspended after school pupils find her raunchy posts on social media and share it among themselves
The images were taken in 2013, and one of them included a photo of her wearing a low-cut black dress and teacher's hat while holding a cane
A maths teacher from a Birmingham school was suspended after secondary school students found raunchy pictures from five years ago on her Facebook page and shared it among themselves. Annalisa Altariva had posted a few racy pictures of herself and even joked about her 'big boobs' before she joined her current workplace in Ninestiles School in Birmingham.
The images were taken in 2013, and one of them included a photo of her wearing a low-cut black dress and teacher's hat while holding a cane. In one of the posts, Altariva even commented that when she meets people "the chances are I will inappropriately touch you," it was reported.
Her social media profile further revealed that she was voted "most likely to become a porn star" in her secondary school yearbook, and it was a feat which she proudly described as her greatest accomplishment. According to reports, the students, who found these posts, where their teacher had even confessed about thinking of sex "too much", circulated them in the school.
It was then that Altariva was suspended from her duties at the institution. A mother of a student at the school, said, "Tis is beyond a joke now. What sort of people am I having around my kids?"
Another parent argued that it was obvious Altariva was quite young when the photographs were taken, and she must be a much more mature person now.
It is further believed that Altariva deleted her public Facebook profile after she was suspended from the school. A spokesman for Ninestiles School said: "We are not able to make any comment at this particular time as we would be breaching our employment regulations."
This is the same school which previously banned students from speaking when walking to and from lessons, and even wrote a letter to the parents saying, "All student movement including to and from assembly, at lesson changeover and towards communal areas at break and lunch will be carried out in silence. Students will leave school in silence following the conclusion of their last lesson."