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Decision (PDF, 78.16 KB)Teacher accessed pornography on a school supplied laptop.Teacher declined to appear before the Panel and did not contest the allegations or provide any mitigating circumstances. Decision Teacher found guilty of indictable offence – assault in a domestic situation.The teacher’s registration was cancelled and the panel imposed a period of disqualification of five years.Decision PDF, 228.38 KBTeacher violated the professional relationship with a student, through communications on the social media applications Facebook and Snap Chat. Decision PDF, 158.09 KBUnprofessional relationship with a female student – historic matter - serious misconduct – teacher had been suspended for six months at the time of the Panel’s decision – passage of time –remorse – panel concluded that the teacher is currently fit to teach. The Panel concluded that the offences raise serious questions about the teacher's character, reputation and conduct.No evidence of remorse or insight and the Panel concluded that the teacher's character was such that he should not be entrusted with a position of authority and influence. Decision (PDF, 80.99 KB)Failure to exercise appropriate classroom management, effectively communicate with students and appropriately assess student work – did not treat colleagues with courtesy and respect. Decision (PDF, 118.57 KB)Accessed pornography on school supplied laptop and students were able to access these images – had the potential to bring the profession as a whole into disrepute. The teacher attended the hearing and showed insight and remorse and had taken steps to address the behaviour. Decision (PDF, 94.01 KB)Teacher convicted of a number of indictable offences.
The detail of conditions actually imposed by the Panel can be viewed by inspection of the public register.
No determination (teacher not registered at date of finding).
Decision (PDF, 133.24 KB) Convicted of indictable offences unrelated to teaching duties.
The teacher showed insight and remorse and had undertaken treatment. Decision (PDF, 82.46 KB)Multiple breaches of Intervention order between September 2005 and October 2006 – custodial sentence – no further offences since 2006.
The Panel thought it likely the teacher would re-offend, but concluded the teacher's state of mind and professional clarity demonstrated that he was not of appropriate character and therefore not fit to teach. Decision (PDF, 112.43 KB)Teacher convicted of passport related offences – Panel satisfied that the offences occurred as an act of bravado – no financial gain.
Mentoring and support did not achieve any sustained improvement – teacher lacked insight or understanding of areas of professional practice which needed improvement – no prospect of improvement. Decision (PDF, 158.55 KB)Inappropriate texts and Facebook messages sent to students.