Teacher misconduct panel outcome: Mr Vasim Shabir

Outcome of a March 2016 year hearing. Panel decision and reasons on behalf of the Secretary of State for Education.


Prohibition order: Mr Vasim Shabir

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Teacher reference number: 0838390
Teacher’s date of birth: 7 May 1982
Location teacher worked: North Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and the Humber
Date of professional conduct panel: 29 February to 1 March 2016
Outcome type: Prohibition order

Notice is hereby given that, in accordance with The Teachers’ Disciplinary (England) Regulations 2012, a professional conduct panel was convened to consider the case of Mr Vasim Shabir, formerly employed in North Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and the Humber.

The proceedings were held at 53 to 55 Butts Road, Earlsdon Park, Coventry CV1 3BH at 9.30am on 29 February to 1 March 2016.

Following an appeal by Mr Shabir against the original prohibition order dated 3 March 2016 (“the Original Decision”), a consent order was agreed between the parties (and subsequently approved by the High Court) by which the Original Decision was quashed insofar as it related to the Secretary of State’s decision not to impose a review period. Accordingly, the Original Decision has been amended on the basis that Mr Shabir should be entitled to apply for the prohibition order to be set aside once a period of two years has elapsed from the date on which it came into force.

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Published 11 March 2016
Last updated 25 August 2016 + show all updates
  1. An updated decision has been uploaded that supersedes the original decision published previously due to a high court appeal.
  2. First published.