GTCW

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GTCWGeneral Teaching Council for Wales
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She had previously told the GTCW she felt Mr Howells tried to reduce the seriousness of what happened on the half-term trip with pupils to the Urdd Eisteddfod at Carmarthen in May 2007, such as there had been no mention of oral sex occurring.
The claims listed on the GTCW website are that Mr Jones "engaged in inappropriate physical contact with pupils by hugging and/or kissing them", he "engaged in inappropriate social contact with pupils outside of the school", and he "behaved inappropriately while speaking to pupils in the school".
The GTCW panel found him guilty of unacceptable professional conduct but said his behaviour was not "fundamentally incompatible" with being a registered teacher.
A GTCW hearing in Cardiff heard that in 2006 Spencer Lillistone was found guilty of drink-driving, of ABH in 2007 and assault by beating in 2010.
Headmaster Simeon Molloy told the GTCW a parent had contacted the school to report that their daughter hadn't received a thank you letter for the Alder Hey fundraising event.
Drug supplying is a massive world with a lot of people involved in it," he told the GTCW hearing.
The GTCW panel ruled that her behaviour amounted to unacceptable professional conduct.
She added that the Education Workforce Council (EWC), which will replace and extend the scope of the GTCW from April next year, would not inherit any financial reserves.
A spokesman from the GTCW said: "We have a statutory duty to investigate complaints thoroughly.
Speaking after the council meeting in Wrexham, where the new code was presented, Gary Brace, chief executive of GTCW, said: "We have listened carefully to what people said during the three-month consultation and responded to the issues raised.
In his statement to the GTCW, Mr Davies said he would always carry the burden of guilt of knowing he was responsible for causing the serious injuries sustained by Mr Palmer.