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Aylesbury Teacher Who Had Sex with Pupil, Escapes Jail

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9:01am 24th March 2012
(Updated 10:50am 25th March 2012)

A music teacher from Aylesbury has escaped going to jail after admitting having a sexual relationship with a 16 year pupil.

Steven Rundle, was working at a Hertfordshire school at the time of his affair with a student which lasted for ten months.

He had sex with the teenager in a music room at the school, and exchanged a number of explicit images with her.

Rundle was arrested in Aylesbury and admitted sexual activity with a child under 18 while in a position of trust, making indecent photographs of a child and possessing indecent photographs of a child.

Rundle was given a 12 month sentence suspended for two years and banned from teaching girls aged under 18 privately or any establishment.

The 31 year-old will be on the sex offender register for ten years.

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