Teacher’s “all I dream” letter to boy after she becomes pregnant with his child

A teacher accused of having sex with two pupils wrote a “love letter” to a teenage girl with whom he had a child, a court heard.

Rebecca Joynes, from Wirral, is currently on trial charged with six counts of engaging in sexual activities with a child, including two while a person in a position of trust. She denies the allegations.

The court previously heard how the 30-year-old admitted breaching safeguarding rules as a teacher by contacting the boys on Snapchat and then bringing them back to her flat in Salford Quays.

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She was already suspended from her high school job and on bail for alleged sexual activity with Boy A, 15, when she allegedly took the virginity of the second boy, known as Boy B, 16. of which she later became pregnant. No teenager can be identified for legal reasons.

Joynes denies that any sexual activity took place with Boy A, whose semen was recovered from her bedding, and that the relationship with Boy B only began after he left school and she lost her job as a teacher, so that no crime has been committed. he was no longer in a position of trust.

On Tuesday, the former teacher’s sexual relations with boy B began only after he turned 16, left school and she was fired from the high school.