A teacher, who called himself the Salford Stallion, has admitted having sex with three of his female pupils a Manchester court has heard.
The 29-year-old teacher, whose real name is Christopher Drake, started his relationship with two of the girls, both then 14 year’s-old, in 2008.
Drake also had sex with a 16-year-old-pupil, also from he High School in Greater Manchester where he taught as a PE teacher.
His affairs with two of the girls were uncovered when one of the girls went round to his flat on Valentine’s Day last year, finding him in bed with her fellow student.
Prosecutor Justin Hayhoe said: ‘There was a great deal of shouting, with accusations that the defendant was two-timing.’
The commotion led to police being called out, and later arresting Drake.
One of the girl told police that she and Drake had had sex in the sports hall, and another said she had sex with him on a school trip and in a pub car park.
Adam Watkins, defending, said of Drake’s crimes: “He has more recently had a growing awareness of how wrong, inappropriate and potentially abusive and damaging these relationships were”.
Drake has admitted 18 counts of sexual activity with a child including sexual activity with a child by a person in a position of trust, and making and possessing indecent photographs of a child.
Drake has lost his job at the Greater Manchester school, and will be sentenced today.