Teacher misconduct: information for witnesses
Guidance for witnesses involved in teacher misconduct disciplinary hearings.
PDF, 88.2KB, 2 pages
Ref: NCTL-20039-2016 PDF, 242KB, 12 pages
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These guides are for witnesses giving evidence at teacher misconduct hearings.
The quick guide provides introductory information about the hearing process.
The information for witnesses guide includes information on:
- being a witness
- giving evidence
- the hearing process
The National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL), an executive agency of the Department for Education, operates as the regulator of the teaching profession on behalf of the Secretary of State.
Published: 10 September 2014
Updated: 27 July 2016
- Information added under section 1 'What is a hearing like?' (page 4) regarding former teacher panellists.
- Information for witnesses guide has been updated on 18 November 2014
- A quick guide has been added.
- First published.