A School Teacher from Hartlepool is today facing the sack over a number of videos she uploaded to her own Facebook page.
Stephanie Aird a former art teacher and now a music teacher at Dyke House School in Hartlepool has been suspended and now faces the sack after she uploaded a number of short comedy sketch videos to Facebook, fellow teachers reporting her to the school head Mr Jordon.
The videos which include a trip the shows and cleaning the caravan all which are non-offensive went viral among Dyke House School students during the summer holiday’s promoting the school to suspend her from work, informing her she will now be disciplined over the videos.
The school announced she had been suspended over offensive videos that had been uploaded on Facebook and was unable to comment over the matter.
However it has been argued that the videos which shows Stephanie in a non-offensive manner acting to the camera is a comedy sketch to her friends which are of a non-sexual nature.
Teachers across the UK will now be reviewing their use of social media, in fear that they will be suspended over actions outside of the classroom.
A facebook page has already appeared and has gained a 500 strong following in the first six hours called ‘Save Stephanie Aird’s Job’.
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