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Posted March 18, A former Shepparton school teacher has been found guilty of having sex with a student several years ago. A jury found Ash guilty of the sexual penetration of a 16 or year-old child under his care or supervision.
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Teacher convicted of 'up-skirting'. Teacher was remorseful and has undertaken treatment program — no medical or psychological evidence that teacher would not reoffend. Teacher failed to acknowledge his inability to adhere to school guidelines and reporting tasks — failed to recognise his failures were symptoms of stress and anxiety.
Inappropriate communication and contact with female students and allowed students to develop an emotional dependency on him. Failed to recognise professional boundaries - abuse of power relationship. Inappropriate communication via text messaging a student — abused his power and authority - lack of understanding of appropriate boundaries between teacher and student and lack of knowledge of ethical responsibility. The Panel was satisfied that Mr McGrath fulfilled the conditions of the determination and the conditions on his registration were lifted on 12 May Guilty of indictable offences — teacher diagnosed with a personality disorder, kleptomania and attention deficit disorder — offences related to illness and stress and no guarantee that teacher will not reoffend.
Personal comments and SMS messages to students — inappropriate SMS messages to a student — serious lapse of judgement by teacher — a momentary aberration in a year career.
Inappropriate relationship with a student. Student stayed overnight in teacher's home — teacher had sexual intercourse with student post VCE exams but prior to 31 December Lack of understanding and insight into conduct. The Panel was satisfied that Ms Hook fulfilled the conditions of the determination and the suspension of her registration was lifted on 11 March Failure to effectively plan, assess and submit reports.
Repeated failures to comply with assessment and reporting impacted on imparting knowledge to students. Teacher lacked ability to engage students and failed to adequately supervise students — failed to effectively provide, teach and assess the required curriculum and unable to provide a safe learning environment. Failure to provide a safe environment and to supervise and discipline students — issues arose as teacher could not or would not implement the school's student management policy.
Conduct occurred over a short period and was not continuing and persistent Fit to teach. Supplied documents in support of the application. Convicted of indictable offences resulting from her fraudulent application and registration as a teacher -should not be registered as a teacher as she is not qualified.
Teacher's laptop computer contained pornographic movies which were downloaded at school and could have been accessed by staff and students at the school - teacher's behaviour was a gross failure of his professional responsibilities — genuine contrition and remorse.
Finding of guilt for Indictable offence. Teacher has undertaken counselling and demonstrated remorse. Teacher guilty of theft and burglary from school. Teacher showed remorse, but needs to develop a deeper understanding of legal responsibilities of a teacher.
Inappropriate communication and physical contact with female student — abuse of trust — lack of understanding of power imbalance. Inappropriate communication and physical contact with female students. Lack of understanding of nature of trust and power relationships — genuine remorse and a degree of insight. Teacher's laptop computer contained images of child pornography and his school desktop computer contained graphic and violent images of pornography which were transferred to school server.
Serious departure from standards of teaching practice. Inappropriate text messages to student — teacher admitted misconduct and has shown remorse — lacking necessary depth of insight into behaviour and understanding of professional boundaries. Inappropriate conversations and language with students and inappropriate relationship with a student. Teacher demonstrated remorse and personal and professional learning. Unprofessional and inappropriate relationship with a student — failed to maintain objectivity and breached the professional standards of the teaching profession and the Code of Conduct.
Inappropriate relationship with student — phone calls, gifts and unauthorised outings — teacher to undertake counselling — demonstrates insight and remorse. Conditions to be imposed if granted registration.
Inappropriate communication with students — abuse of trust and authority — lack of insight into behaviour and consequences of behaviour and lack of genuine remorse. Misappropriation of school funds — indictable offences of obtaining property by deception — breach of professional trust and lack of remorse.
Teacher provided fraudulent medical certificates — guilty of obtaining financial advantage by deception. Teacher showed remorse and understanding of standards of the teaching profession. Inappropriate text messages to student. Teacher admitted misconduct and demonstrated remorse, insight and understanding of boundaries. Conditions imposed conditions on registration. The Panel was satisfied that Mr Mills fulfilled the conditions of the determination and the conditions on his registration were lifted on 9 April Failed to effectively teach, engage and supervise students and maintain acceptable student behaviour.
Teacher failed to benefit from support provided and failed to maintain the standards of the teaching profession. Offensive language and lack of courtesy to students and teachers - limited remorse.
Inappropriate professional behaviour — physical contact with students. Incidents did not show a pattern of behaviour that demonstrated serious misconduct or unfitness to teach. Conviction for possession of child pornography overturned by County Court. Teacher accessed pornographic images of young people — substantial departure from standards of teaching profession.
Inappropriate relationship with student — kissing and touching a female student — abuse of power and trust and no genuine remorse. Inappropriate relationship with a student — text messages contained familiar and sexual comments and sent late at night — disregarded advice and direction of Principal and lacked personal insight — lack of professional judgement and remorse. Inexperienced teacher — classroom management and discipline problems. Teacher has insight into problems of professional practice.
The Panel was satisfied that Ms Walter fulfilled the conditions of the determination and the conditions on her registration were lifted on 25 September Inappropriate relationship with student — teacher sent emails and MSN messages containing sexual comments — gave student presents. Teacher continued to email and send MSN messages after being told by Principal to stop contacting student.
Inappropriate relationship with student — touching, kissing and SMS texting including messages about 'crossing boundaries' — meeting student outside school grounds — another student affected by the relationship. Teacher provided a report from treating psychologist — report addressed the 10 issues set out in the decision.
Panel satisfied teacher met the conditions of decision. Teacher working as a private tutor — developed inappropriate relationship with the student — SMS text messages with sexual implications.
The Panel was satisfied that Mr Sargsyan fulfilled the conditions of the determination and the suspension of his registration was lifted on 6 February Teacher failed to comply with condition imposed by Panel.
Teacher suffering from depression — did not seek treatment from psychologist as required. The Panel was satisfied that Mr Atkin fulfilled the conditions of the determination and the conditions on his registration were lifted on 27 June Inappropriate relationship with student that commenced in and continued for many years.
For the last 25 years teacher had successful, unblemished career — a highly respected teacher. Medical certificate fraud — found guilty of indictable offences. Teacher demonstrated understanding and commitment to maintain proper standards as a member of the teaching profession. Charge of indecent assault against a child dismissed by Magistrate — teacher took a year-old child for a drive in his van — frightened the girl. Teacher did not understand the implications of his actions — substantial departure from the standards of the teaching profession.
Convicted of an indictable offence — conviction affects the teacher's professional standing — teacher failed to show integrity and honesty. In a decision handed down on 13 September , the VCAT affirmed the decision to cancel the teacher's registration due to his lack of fitness to teach. Grooming and inappropriate relationship with a Year 12 student. Teacher had received advice and counselling and persisted with his behaviour — persistent and sustained conduct — betrayal of student's trust.
Teacher's conduct of concern in three schools — inappropriate conversations of a sexual nature with students and inappropriate material of a sexual nature used in classroom. The teacher misrepresented his qualifications to the schools. Inappropriate communications with two students — emails and MSN conversations with sexual connotations - teacher admitted allegations. Inappropriate physical contact with students and inappropriate comments to students — students avoided contact with the teacher.
Teacher lacked personal and professional insight. The Panel was satisfied that Mr Buhagiar fulfilled the conditions of the determination and the conditions on his registration were lifted on 1 December Teacher did not have adequate teaching, communication or organisational skills.
Teacher provided with extensive support over six years — failed to improve — performance a serious departure from accepted standards. Inappropriate comments to students — lack of insight into effect of behaviour and comments on students.
Inappropriate relationship with student — socialising — text messaging and telephone contact - some insight shown by teacher.
The Panel was satisfied that Ms Campbell fulfilled the conditions of the determination and the suspension of her registration was lifted on 7 March Convicted indictable offence theft — theft from club attached to school — made restitution — depression — receiving treatment — gambling problem — insight and remorse.
Communication with year-old female in chat room — student at another school — student stayed overnight without parent's permission — inappropriate relationship — breach of trust — exploitation of position as a teacher. The Panel was satisfied that Mr Jackson fulfilled the conditions of the determination and the suspension of his registration was lifted on 16 March Related to events more than 20 years ago — sexual relationship after student left school.
At school, teacher made comments about student's appearance, wrote affectionate, had lunch with student — no evidence that teacher had groomed student while at school. Convicted of an indictable offence — term of imprisonment — breach of professional standards — mitigating factors. Teacher demonstrated shame, remorse and insight into seriousness of conduct. In March last year she killed the man, 34, who began sexually abusing her when she was He took nearly 10, photographs of the abuse.
Yesterday, in an unusual hearing in the Supreme Court, the murder charge against her was dropped. The Director of Public Prosecutions, Jeremy Rapke, QC, said there was "no reasonable prospect" a jury would convict her but that did not mean victims of abuse could "take the law into their own hands".
The girl, who cannot be identified, had already been ordered to stand trial later this year and had entered a plea of not guilty. The photographs of the abuse depicted oral and vaginal sex. Some showed her bound to a chair with cable ties. She shot the man in his shed with his shotgun after he demanded oral sex and threatened her with it. She threw the limbs down two long-drop toilets and hid the head in the bush.
Almost 10, images of sexual intercourse and sex acts, taken by the man on a digital camera, were found by police on discs and memory sticks after her arrest.
The teen told police she had to do what her stepfather had ordered when he was alive because "I was his". Asked what would have happened if she had not shot him, she said: Prominent barrister Robert Richter, QC, was set to defend the woman free of charge at her trial. During the committal hearing, the court heard that several people strongly suspected the teenager's relationship with her stepfather was sexual. Her mother - who was living in the Mooroopna house with the pair but working night shifts at the SPC Ardmona cannery - accused him of "fing" her daughter but he dismissed it.
Two former schoolfriends of the woman from Mooroopna Secondary College said they had spoken with a teacher and a school counsellor about their suspicions, but to their knowledge no action was taken.
A TEACHER received a Government award a day after allegedly having sex with a female student at his home. A former Shepparton school teacher has been found guilty of having sex with a student several years ago. A former Shepparton teacher has been found guilty of sexual offences committed almost 20 years ago. John William Ash, 62, of Old Dookie Rd.