Drinking and pole dancing, a group of primary school teachers pose for a series of unsavoury images they saw fit to publish on Facebook.
Six female teachers, including the deputy head, are pictured in Army gear at a raucous hen party which parents have described as 'shocking'.
In one image one of the women, wearing a skimpy skirt, is seen with her leg wrapped provocatively around a pole.
Other photos show them flashing their knickers, downing cocktails, smoking and flicking V-signs.
Because the teachers' Facebook profiles were not set to private, the images could be seen by anyone.
A parent of one pupil at the school spotted the pictures, printed off five pages of them and posted them through neighbours' front doors.
She included a letter which read: 'If you are as appalled as I am by these images which these tramps post freely for the world to see, how safe are our children?
'Answer, not very! Children might be seeing these images.
'What does this tell you about this school and how it is being run?
'These women teach my children, but not for much longer. I say remove the scum and get Mr Pickard [the previous head] back in to sort out this mess before it gets any worse.'
The teachers, from Langland Community School in Milton Keynes, were on a night out in the city where they teach.
Mother-of-four Janette Bobey, 50, who received the pictures through her letter box last week, described them as shocking.
'I spoke to the school and they were aware of it and the head has spoken to the teachers and told them to be more careful,' she said.
'The majority of people I have spoken to say it was not right that those sorts of pictures were up on Facebook.
'My children have left school now, but other young children on the estate have seen the pictures.'
Four of the women have been named. They are class teacher Victoria Courtis, Key Stage 2 manager Rebecca Gilbert, foundation manager Jenna Austin and deputy head Donna Christy.
It is not known who the other two members of staff are.
One of the more explicit photos on Facebook shows Austin pole dancing. She later commented on Facebook: 'Oh dear! Should have worn bigger pants! Shame!'
One parent claims that when he showed the images to head Kate Stuart he was told to 'mind his own business'.
The father, who did not want to be named, said: 'She said what she and her staff did out of school was up to them.
'I disagree with this as teachers are supposed to be setting a good example and they are clearly not.'
The teachers have now removed the images from Facebook and made their profiles private.
The school yesterday refused to comment.
A spokesman for the governing body said: 'The photos in question were taken at a private hen night attended by a small group of school staff.
'Any images posted on Facebook were only intended to be viewed among a select group of friends.
'Although these photographs were taken out of school time, it is regrettable they were published and circulated through a social networking site.'