An instructor who sexted a previous understudy and alluded to the pair's relationship as his "private business" has been restricted from the study hall.
Imprint Thompson, 31, traded progressively express Snapchat messages and photographs with the young lady before they met for sex.
A disciplinary board heard the maths instructor, in the past of St Bede's Catholic Willful Foundation, Scunthorpe, requested that she call him "Sir" in messages.
He was given a lifetime restriction from instructing.
The Showing Guideline Office (TRA) was revealed to Mr Thompson initially reached the student in 2018 and inside seven days the discussions had gotten sexual.
He and the young lady, who was more than 16, had "irregular" sexual contact over various months.
In her proof to the board, the previous student said Mr Thompson would request to be designated "Sir", alluded to her as his "little manikin", and requested that she dress in a "skanky" way.
He likewise requested that she bring drugs when they met, she told the meeting, proceeding to add her warmth had gone to scorn when she thinks back on what occurred.
'Position of force'
The school dispatched an inward examination, during which Mr Thompson denied having a relationship with the young lady, before it made the guard dog aware of the case.
Mr Thompson, who surrendered in September 2019, conceded the vast majority of the charges at the Educators Guideline Authority (TRA) hearing.
The board recognized the relationship had occurred while the young lady was no longer at the school except for noticed that Mr Thompson had attempted to build up the student and educator relationship.
They said: "There could have been no other explanation for him to advise her to call him 'Sir', other than to build up his status as an instructor, and his situation of force in the relationship. "
His conduct was "innately genuine and that added up to unsuitable expert direct, " the board dominated.
In an observer proclamation which the board said was "self-serving" and lacking regret, Mr Thompson said he had gotten unwell because of the continuous procedures of the disciplinary hearing.
The board discovered Mr Thompson had penetrated principles through offense, maltreatment of position or trust, untruthfulness and sexual unfortunate behavior.