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Ms Gill also alleged Mr Adams had failed to prepare pupils for the May papers but this charge was not found proved by the GTCW committee.
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 GTCW said Mr Jones remained a teacher at the school and also insisted there would be "practical difficulties" in maintaining the anonymity of former pupils if the hearing were in public.
The GTCW panel found him guilty of unacceptable professional conduct but said his behaviour was not "fundamentally incompatible" with being a registered teacher.
Teachers have also been punished by the GTCW for failing to report the possible physical abuse of a pupil, lying on their CV and after convictions for battery, benefit fraud and drink-driving.
The GTCW heard he initially appeared "shocked" by the allegations but later acknowledged his contact could be "taken that way".
He said the GTCW hadn't been "afforded the courtesy of an explanation".
The GTCW panel heard he had signed off sick on 4 December 2012 with "work stress" - nine days before the police raid.
At the GTCW hearing, Mrs Davies was found guilty of leaving wet or soiled children unchanged, and preventing other support staff changing them.
It follows a warning from GTCW chairwoman Angela Jardine that the council has been forced to use its general reserves to balance the books.
Presenting officer for the GTCW, Louise Price, read out statements from students who witnessed the alleged assault.