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Former school deputy head who raped child with boyfriend banned from teaching for life

A former teacher jailed for raping a child whilst she was deputy head at a primary school has been banned from ever returning to the profession.

Julie Morris, now 46, was working at St George's Central Primary School in Tyldesley, near Wigan, where she was the 'safeguarding lead' when she carried out the acts of 'grave sexual depravity' with her mechanic boyfriend.

She and David Morris had met on Plenty of Fish in 2016, the crown court heard, and their relationship quickly became 'intensely sexual.' Around 175,000 pages of chat logs, analysed by Merseyside Police, revealed that the pair had sick conversations about their fantasies and sexually abusing children

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On one occasion, David Morris said of primary school-aged children: “Is it bad that that age range gets me so horny?” Between 2018 and 2021, both defendants, who were not married but have the same surname, abused a girl aged under 13, on numerous occasions.

David Morris would often record the vile abuse on his mobile phone and the videos showed Julie Morris giggling as the abuse took place, the court heard. 

None of the criminal charges were linked to Morris' employment or the school, however she did take photographs of pupils and send them to her partner. Police said the images were not indecent, or criminal in nature, and there was 'no evidence that any of the children were harmed.'

Their abuse of the girl was uncovered in September 2021 when police followed phone messages David Morris had shared with another person arrested, earlier that year, and officers raided his police raided home in Sandfield Road in the Eccleston area of St Helens.

He was arrested