Sex offences charge - Teaching assistant Emma Webb to enter plea

A teaching assistant accused of committing sexual offences with three boys at a Wokingham school is due to enter a plea next month. Emma Webb, 41, of Kingfisher Drive in Woodley, is charged with 19 counts of abuse of trust offences under the Sexual Offences ct involving three alleged victims. She is also charged with one count of perverting the course of justice. Webb, who spoke only to confirm her name when she appeared at Reading Crown Court on Monday, worked as a cover supervisor supporting teachers in classrooms at a Wokingham borough school, which cannot be named for legal reasons. She is accused of having sexual intercourse, committing sex acts and having phone sex with three boys between 2008 and 2012. Webb was remanded in custody ahead of a plea and case management hearing on Thursday, August 30. A trial date has been provisionally set for November 5 If you have been subject to abuse then please contact us in the strictest of confidence Charles Derham 02392492472

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