A deputy headmaster has had his registration cancelled after he was found guilty of falsifying examinations, hiding exam paper answers and lying to students and colleagues about the exams.

He claimed to have sent the student’s exam answers off to Cambridge International Examinations but instead they were found in the back of a cupboard at his house.  He lied to colleagues about having sent the papers and claiming CIE had lost them.  The students wasted their time studying for examinations that were completely fictitious.  His denials of wrongdoing caused a further group of students to also waste their time undertaking the fictitious process.

Alan Knowsley
Education Lawyer