Afterwards, Ms Jenkins attempted to cover up her relationship with Pupil A by paying Individual C about £13,000 – wholly or partly so he would not report it.She later claimed this was motivated by buying him out of the house they shared, but the panel, sitting in Coventry, did not believe her.Ms Jenkins told the school the man “always threatened to tell the school. I paid him off in the end as he wouldn’t leave the house and asked for money to stop him telling.”Pupil A backed up this version of events.The relationship began in April 2007 and lasted for almost two years, the hearing was told.Decision maker Alan Meyrick, on behalf of education secretary Justine Greening, ruled that, in view of the seriousness of the case, she will not be entitled to apply for restoration of her eligibility to teach.In March, the former head of PE at the same school was struck off after sending photos of himself in his underwear to a schoolgirl.David Richardson was the head of PE at the school, now called Outwood Academy Danum, when he sent texts and WhatsApp messages to a student, including images of himself in his underwear.Alumni include Spurs and England footballer Danny Rose. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Teacher panellist Dr Robert Cawley said: “Pupil A describes how she had sex with Individual A but cried and had asked for it to stop as she did not want to have sex with a man.” Francoise Jenkins pictured in 2001Credit:Johnson Press / SWNS.com A female teacher who took part in an orgy with a sixth form girl during a two year affair has been banned from the classroom for life.Francoise Jenkins, 45, a mother who was in a heterosexual relationship with one of the men who took part in the sex sessions, later paid him £13,000 “silence money” after they split up.She had befriended the “vulnerable pupil” at Danum Academy, Doncaster, where she was a supply teacher, seducing her after obtaining her mobile phone number from the school’s database.Text messages included personal information about the “problems she was having with Individual C”, the man she was living with.They first had three in a bed sex on the night of the school prom. Ms Jenkins met the girl, Pupil A, for a drink after the school disco and took her home where she admitted having sex both with her and Individual C.Pupil A later told the school she engaged in sexual activity with both Ms Jenkins and Individual C.She said in a statement that as it progressed Individual C became more involved but they did not have full sex as she was “worried about becoming pregnant”.Another time Pupil A was invited to the house with a male friend, Individual A, and all four of them, including Ms Jenkins and Individual C, had sex.A professional conduct panel of the National College for Teaching and Leadership found Ms Jenkins guilty of unacceptable professional conduct and conduct that may bring the profession into disrepute.