This article was first published in January. Here is the update!
A teacher who has done this to many girls in the past, yet it was not charged as rape because "she consented".
You guessed it, he told the girl she would be in deep trouble is she told anybody! Where have I heard that before
A number of East Yorkshire school teachers were last night at the centre of a major inquiry following allegations relating to sex offences.
The investigation by Humberside Police and the East Riding of Yorkshire County Council follows an allegation made by a pupil at a school in Bridlington, a council spokesman said.
Jon Mager, the council's director of children, families and adult services, said that following an allegation by a pupil, one teacher had been arrested and "other teachers are also being investigated, some of whom are teaching in the East Riding".
He said: In partnership with the police, East Riding of Yorkshire Council has embarked on a major inquiry involving social care, a childcare co-ordinator, plus administrative support, to ensure a thorough, effective and speedy investigation is undertaken.
"If any part of the investigation highlights evidence of concern then the teacher in question will be suspended immediately.
A Humberside Police spokeswoman said: "In October 2005 Humberside Police confirmed they were conducting an investigation into allegations that a 53-year-old man had abused a position of trust and was involved in sexual activity with a girl under the age of 18."
The spokeswoman said that, as part of that investigation, Ian Derek Blott, 53, of Church Lane, near Driffield, was charged with five counts of indecent assault, one count of gross indecency, two counts of being engaged in penetrative sex with a girl between the ages of 13 and 15, and 14 counts of abusing a position of trust.
He is due to appear at Hull Crown Court on February 24.
The spokeswoman added: "At the time of the allegations Mr Blott was employed by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council as a teacher."