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Disgraced supply teacher is struck off after expletive-laden and ‘racist’ Facebook rants about his pupils are found by angry parents
- Kevin Regester, 52, admitted to calling pupils ‘c****’ in rants on a Facebook page
- He initially tried to deny that he was responsible but eventually admitted guilt
- In a statement, he said he ‘has the right to live in a society free from oppression’
A teacher who posted offensive and racist Facebook remarks about his pupils has been banned from the profession for life.
Kevin Regester, 52, admitted to posting expletive-laden comments about pupils on the website.
In some of his posts, Regester referred to students at the Thomas Estley Community College in Broughton Astley in Leicestershire as ‘c****”s and ‘a********’.
In some of his posts, Regester referred to students at the Thomas Estley Community College in Broughton Astley in Leicestershire as ‘c****”s and ‘a********’
Regester was rumbled after a parent at the school found the controversial remarks and reported them.
In one post, he wrote: ‘One seriously mixed day. 2nd set Y10. The kids are C****…Y9set2 excelled themselves to piss off. One little scrote.’
Another read: ‘Yesterday was about ripping new c**** & a********. Today: ripping off heads & s******* down necks! All in the name of education.’
A Department for Education (DfE) professional conduct panel as found a number of ‘racist’ posts which included tirades about Muslims.
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He was also found to have shown a ‘lack of tolerance and respect for the rights of others’, as well as providing false information to a recruitment agency and lying, the DfE found.
He has since been banned for life for ‘unacceptable professional conduct’ and ‘conduct that may bring the profession into disrepute’.
Regester initially denied being behind the account, claiming his wife’s account may have been hacked, but later admitted his guilt.
He did not attend the hearing in Coventry but said that ‘offence is a perspective issue’, adding he no longer wished to work as a teacher.
In a statement, he wrote: ‘I may have expressed intolerance towards regimes and practices that themselves promote general intolerance.
‘It is my belief that I, my family and friends, have the right to live in a society that is free from oppression.’
Regester initially denied he was behind the Facebook page but since admitted guilt
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