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Details of a forthcoming hearing will appear here five working days before it is due to take place.

Members of the education professions, the press and the public can attend Fitness to Practise Committee hearings of the Education Workforce Council and a small number of observer places are available for this purpose. If you wish to attend as an observer, you are asked to contact the Council on 029 2046 0099. In attending a hearing, observers are asked to bear in mind the following points:

  • Hearings are subject to sudden cancellation or postponement. Those travelling long distances are advised to confirm that a hearing is still taking place by telephoning the Council on or shortly before the day of the hearing;

  • Hearings are held in public in accordance with the Human Rights Act. However, a registered person can request that all or part of a hearing be held in private. The Committee will consider any such request on the day of the hearing. Where all or any part of a hearing is held in private, this will not be open to observers.

If you are a member of the press and wish to attend a hearing listed here, you must contact the Council in the first instance on 029 2046 0099. Should you not do so in advance of the hearing date, the Council cannot guarantee your place as an observer.

Further information for hearing observers can be found here . This information is general, and in all circumstances, The Education Workforce Council (Main Functions)(Wales) Regulations 2015 and the Council's   Disciplinary Procedures and Rules 2016  take precedence.

Committee: Fitness to Practise Committee
Date: Wednesday, 24 May 2017
(reconvened from the adjourned hearing of 4 & 5 May 2017)
Time: 10:00am
Venue: EWC Offices, Cardiff
Employer at the time of the allegations: Glanhowy Primary School, Tredegar
Nature of the matter before the Committee: Unacceptable Professional Conduct

1. The registered person, in or around February 2015, following the collection of money at the School for the British Heart Foundation:

(a) failed to hand in the money collected to the School Office.
(b) took the money collected home.
(c) failed to arrange for the money collected to be paid to the British Heart Foundation.
(d) gave the money collected to her son, or a drug dealer.

2. The registered person’s actions as described in sub-paragraphs 1(c), and/or 1(d) were dishonest.

3. Conditional Discharge (12 months): Theft by employee

 

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