By Sarah Harris for the Daily Mail
Published: 21:59 BST, 15 July 2019 | Updated: 22:09 BST, 15 July 2019
Two women teachers have been banned from the classroom after spending a drunken night with a sixth-form boy.
Jennifer Arding, 29, who was an RE teacher and deputy head of year, and history teacher Charlotte Bradley, 32, were both guilty of ‘unacceptable professional conduct’.
Miss Arding, who kissed the teenager in a nightclub, had also brought the profession ‘into dispute’, according to a professional misconduct hearing.
Jennifer Arding, 29, who was an RE teacher and deputy head of year, and history teacher Charlotte Bradley, 32, were both guilty of ‘unacceptable professional conduct’
Both women had been drinking wine and vodka before they set out for the evening.
Accompanied by a girl who used to attend their school, they went out clubbing in Rochester, Kent, in December 2017.
At the Casino Rooms club, they ran into a group of former pupils and started to party with them, the hearing was told.
But one of the teenagers dancing with the two teachers was an 18-year-old boy, referred to only as Pupil A, who was still studying at St John’s Catholic Comprehensive School in Gravesend – the school where the teachers worked.
The panel heard claims that Pupil A and Miss