Our thanks to a supporter for this. Extracts:
Giving evidence, the primary school’s headteacher Sarah Coombes said a colleague alleged that Ms Evans has sexually assaulted him at a parent-teacher event in May 2013.
She said the incident left him “intimidated and extremely upset”.
Ms Evans did not deny the incident had happened.
The matter was referred to the police, but the Crown Prosecution Service decided not to take the case any further.
The man left the school – and the teaching profession – shortly after, citing Ms Evans’s behaviour as the main reason behind his decision…
The hearings presenting officer Hannah Eales said the case was being brought to the committee because of allegations of “bullying behaviour and sexually motivated actions”.
Ms Evans is accused of failing to follow management instructions, behaving unacceptably towards colleagues, made inappropriate comments, provide inaccurate information, failed to participate fully in plant, marking, record keeping, pupil progress and behaved dishonestly with regards to pupils work. [J4MB: Apart from that, she was doubtless an excellent teacher.]
We need more female teachers in primary schools.
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