Teacher suspended for uttering obscene words in class

An English teacher in Canada has been suspended without pay after she uttered obscenities to pupils.

Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson, of Dunnville in Ontario, is suspended for a month without pay, according to Britain’s Metro newspaper.

The obscene request came to light after the OCT accused Ms Green-Johnson of two separate charges, swearing and vulgarity in the classroom.

The teacher was previously suspended without pay in March 2015 after being accused of slapping a male student before telling him to ‘grow some balls’.

Another disciplinary report from January shows Green-Johnson pleaded no contest to abusing a student verbally, physically, psychologically or emotionally in incidents dating back to 2011.

According to the report, she admitted calling students ‘stupid, idiots, gay and a bitch’.