General Teaching Council


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General Teaching Council (GTC)

a self-regulatory professional body for teachers. There is one for England, one for Wales, one for Scotland and yet another for Northern Ireland. The GTC both represents members and disciplines them.
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They are accredited by the General Teaching Council for Scotland and fully funded by Scottish Government.
The General Teaching Council for Scotland said yesterday the matter "did constitute an abuse of a position of trust" but no child was harmed.
The General Teaching Council for Scotland panel decided her overall competence fell significantly below required standards.
His barrister, Martin Downs, said allegations brought before the General Teaching Council for Wales were contained in a 1,000-page bundle that was not indexed, partly incoherent, three-quarters irrelevant "and grossly prejudicial".
Overall 14 education specialists have been appointed to the Education Workforce Council (EWC), which will replace and extend the scope of the long-standing General Teaching Council for Wales (GTCW) from April.
We should have included a comment from the General Teaching Council for Scotland who believed one of his alleged victims had been raped despite Boyle's trial ending in a not proven verdict.
A General Teaching Council for Wales panel found that the actions of Miss Black, who taught at St Joseph's Roman Catholic School in Newport, amounted to unacceptable professional conduct.
And now the Salendine Nook mum - known to pupils as Miss Rusty - hopes the General Teaching Council ruling will help her win her final battle, at an employment tribunal.
He has now been given a formal reprimand after admitting unacceptable professional conduct at General Teaching Council (GTC) hearing in Birmingham.
He is set to appear before the General Teaching Council accused of posting religiously intolerant material on the internet from his school, during working hours.
The figures were revealed by the General Teaching Council for Wales (GTCW).
Eric Tessier-Lavigne, who taught French language classes at Gordonstoun school, was accused of emailing pupils about oral exams last year, the General Teaching Council for Scotland heard.

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