Annalisa Altariva posted the photographs online alongside jokes about her ‘big boobs’ in 2013
A maths teacher was suspended after secondary school pupils found raunchy pictures from five years ago on her Facebook page.
Annalisa Altariva posted the photographs online alongside jokes about her ‘big boobs’ before she joined Ninestiles School in Birmingham.
The images, from 2013, included one of her wearing a low-cut black dress and teacher’s hat while holding a cane.
She also joked in posts from the same year that when she meets people ‘the chances are I will inappropriately touch you,’ the Sun reported.
Ms Altariva’s Facebook profile revealed she was voted ‘most likely to become a porn star’ in her secondary school yearbook – a feat she described as her greatest accomplishment.
The posts, in which the teacher also confessed she thinks about sex ‘too much’, are believed to have been discovered and circulated by pupils at the academy.
Ms Altariva was then reportedly suspended from her position.
A mother whose son attends the school said: ‘This is beyond a joke now. What sort of people am I having around my kids?’
Another parent said it was obvious Ms Altariva was now much older than when the photographs were taken.
But a third deemed her behaviour ‘outrageous’ and said the teacher is meant to be a role model for her children.
Ms Altariva was then suspended from her position – despite the fact the photographs and comments were posted online years before she joined Ninestiles School in Birmingham
It is believed Ms Altariva deleted her public Facebook profile after she was suspended from the school.
Pupils who found the photographs had shared them among each other before senior staff members confronted her about the situation.
A spokesman for Ninestiles School said: ‘We are not able to make any comment at this particular time as we would be breaching our employment regulations.’
It comes after the school was criticised for banning pupils from speaking when walking to and from lessons.
It is believed Ms Altariva deleted her public Facebook profile after she was suspended from the school
The school, which educates 1,345 pupils aged 11-18 and is rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted inspectors, wrote to parents about the change in October.
The letter said: ‘All student movement including to and from assembly, at lesson changeover and towards communal areas at break and lunch will be carried out in silence.
‘Students will leave school in silence following the conclusion of their last lesson.’