Diane Krish-Veeramany ,a primary school teacher in East London delivered in class with the help of her colleges .
Krish-Veeramany ,30, went into labour while teaching ,one week ahead of her due date of delivery .
She informed her husband to be at school as fast as possible to take her to hospital .
“One person was on the phone to my husband, one was on the phone to my hospital and the other to an ambulance,” said Mrs Krish-Veeramany.
“It all just happened really quickly – within 20 minutes of these phone calls I’d had Jonah.”
After giving birth Mrs Krish-Veeramany was taken by paramedics to Queen’s Hospital, in Romford, where mother and baby were later allowed to go home.
Jonah is Krish-Veeramany’s second child .
The school have named the room he was born in after him .The room is now called ‘Jonah’s Room’.