Head Teacher Apologizes for Affair with Pupil’s Mother

…By Joseph Benjamin for TDPel Media. Aled Rees, a head teacher at Ysgol Teilo Sant school in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, Wales, has apologized for sneaking out of school to have an affair with a pupil’s mother.

He claimed he was just “popping to the Co-op” when he was actually having sex with the mother.

Rees admitted to five breaches of professional standards during a hearing and has since left his role at the school.

The hearing revealed that Rees had spent excessive time away from school between September 2018 and February 2020.

He has since left Ysgol Teilo Sant school in Wales
He has since left Ysgol Teilo Sant school in Wales

The hearing also revealed that the affair began when the teacher was given 12 bottles of wine as a thank you gift from parents and pupils, one of whom was the mother of the pupil with whom he had the affair.

Rees’s frequent absences from school left the 180 pupils at the school with nobody in charge of safeguarding or leadership.

The identities of the mother and pupil involved have been kept anonymous.


However, assistant headteacher Maureen Williams criticized Rees for his actions and cited rumors of the affair going around the school before it became public.

'I regret the pain I caused,' he said
‘I regret the pain I caused,’ he said

Another teacher stated that Rees gave this parent more attention than other parents. The hearing is still ongoing, as Rees denies another allegation of telling a colleague “that will teach you to open your legs” after telling him she was pregnant.


This news article reports on a head teacher in Wales who had an affair with a pupil’s mother and left the school without leadership or safeguarding.

The teacher has since apologized for his actions and admitted to five breaches of professional standards.

The article highlights the consequences of the teacher’s actions, including his absence from school and neglect of his responsibilities as a leader.

The article also sheds light on the impact of the affair on staff, pupils, and parents, with the assistant headteacher criticizing the teacher’s actions and rumors of the affair going around the school before it became public.

This suggests that the affair was not only unethical but also disruptive to the school community.



The case of Aled Rees highlights the importance of ethical conduct and professional standards for teachers and school leaders.

Teachers and school leaders are expected to provide leadership, guidance, and support to their students and staff, and their actions can have a profound impact on the school community.

The affair also raises concerns about the need for safeguards and accountability measures to prevent and address cases of misconduct and unethical behavior in schools.

Schools should have clear policies and procedures for reporting and investigating allegations of misconduct and should take appropriate action to ensure the safety and well-being of their students and staff.


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