Teacher jailed for rape of girl – BBC News

Posted June 24th, 2008 in news, rape, sentencing, teachers by sally

“A former Derby supply teacher has been jailed for at least seven years for raping a five-year-old girl.”

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BBC News, 24th June 2008

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Head teacher ‘force-fed children’ – BBC News

Posted April 25th, 2008 in child abuse, news, professional conduct, teachers by sally

“A nursery school head who force-fed children, dragged them along corridors and left them in soiled underwear has been banned from working as a teacher.”

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BBC News, 24th April 2008

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Victory for teacher sacked after race taunts and sexual harassment – The Times

Posted December 11th, 2007 in news, race discrimination, sex discrimination, teachers, unfair dismissal by sally

“A teacher who was called a ‘bloody immigrant’ and a ‘nigger’ by pupils and advised by a colleague to go to work in a ‘more ethnically diverse school’ if she wanted promotion, has won her case for unfair dismissal.”

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The Times, 11th December 2007

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Teacher is cleared of assault – Daily Telegraph

Posted November 23rd, 2007 in assault, news, teachers by sally

“A teacher accused of assaulting a disruptive pupil wept as an appeal court quashed his conviction.”

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Daily Telegraph, 23rd November 2007

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Veteran teacher facing a life ban over his “failure” to control pupils – The Times

Posted November 23rd, 2007 in news, teachers by sally

“A teacher is facing a lifetime ban for failing to keep his class in order.”

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The Times, 23rd November 2007

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Teacher beaten by pupil clears name – Daily Telegraph

Posted October 26th, 2007 in news, teachers, threatening behaviour by sally

“A teacher dragged through court and suspended from his job after being attacked by a teenage pupil with a ‘propensity for violence’ has cleared his name.”

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Daily Telegraph, 26th October 2007

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‘Slap’ teacher’s sacking unfair – BBC News

Posted October 3rd, 2007 in news, teachers, unfair dismissal by sally

“A teacher who was unfairly sacked after his daughter said he kicked and punched her in a row at home could be awarded thousands of pounds in compensation.”

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BBC News, 3rd October 2007

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School cannot sack head in ‘gay marriage’ – Daily Telegraph

Posted August 13th, 2007 in civil partnerships, news, teachers by sally

“Lawyers have told the Roman Catholic Church that it cannot sack a Catholic headmaster who has entered a civil partnership with a male teacher.”

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Daily Telegraph, 13th August 2007

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Head warning after guilty verdict – BBC News

Posted August 1st, 2007 in health & safety, news, school children, teachers by sally

“A head teacher found guilty of a health and safety breach after a boy fell and later died has said the case could have “profound implications” for teachers.”

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BBC News, 1st August 2007

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Chucklevision row teacher cleared – BBC News

Posted July 20th, 2007 in assault, news, school children, teachers by sally

“A supply teacher has been cleared of hitting a 13-year-old boy who teased him about looking like a character from the Chuckle Brothers’ TV show.”

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BBC News, 19th July 2007

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Teacher suspended for secretly filming disruptive pupils for TV- The Times

Posted July 5th, 2007 in news, professional conduct, teachers by sally

“A supply teacher who secretly filmed pupils fighting, swearing at her and disrupting classes for a television documentary was found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct yesterday and suspended from teaching for a year.”

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The Times, 5th July 2007

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Teachers reluctant to frisk pupils for knives – Daily Telegraph

Posted June 1st, 2007 in news, offensive weapons, school children, teachers by sally

“Teachers gave warning last night that they would not be prepared to use new legal powers to search pupils for weapons without their consent because of the risks involved.”

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Daily Telegraph, 1st June 2007

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Teachers are treated unfairly in this culture of allegations, says Falconer – The Times

Posted May 8th, 2007 in anonymity, child abuse, news, teachers by sally

“Teachers accused of abuse of pupils should be guaranteed anonymity while the allegations are investigated, the Lord Chancellor said yesterday.”

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The Times, 7th May 2007

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Teacher whose spy camera showed class misbehaviour faces tribunal – The Times

Posted April 24th, 2007 in news, professional conduct, teachers by sally

“A supply teacher who covertly filmed her pupils swearing, fighting and attempting to access pornography on the internet was misusing her professional position, a tribunal was told yesterday.”

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The Times, 24th April 2007

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