The first teacher banned for life for being useless

By Sarah Harris what’s more, Arthur Martin for the Day by day Mail
Updated: 15:07 BST, 24 October 2010
Nisar Ahmed will never reach ‘requisite standards’ of educating what’s more, can’t work in state schools again, a board has ruled
A instructor who is judged to be unable of ever making strides his work has move toward becoming the to begin with to be restricted for life from the classroom due to incompetence.
Nisar Ahmed will never reach ‘requisite standards’ of educating what’s more, can’t work in state schools again, a board ruled.
The General Instructing Committee for Britain found the 46-year-old blameworthy of genuine proficient ineptitude what’s more, said there was a hazard that understudies would be genuinely distraught on the off chance that he was ever permitted to return to lessons.
Mr Ahmed was head of business contemplates at the John O’Gaunt Group Innovation School in Hungerford, Berkshire, from September 2007 to January 2009.

He had instructed for a add up to of 13 a long time at schools over the South-East.
His administration of lessons was ‘invariably’ beneath standard, the GTC disciplinary board was told.
The school, which has more than 450 pupils, matured 11 to 18, gave Mr Ahmed ‘extensive formal what’s more, informal’ bolster for more than a year be that as it may he fizzled to improve.
Just 13 instructors have been prohibited from the calling for settled periods for ineptitude since 2000.

Mr Ahmed is the to begin with to get a forbiddance arrange without time limit.
His association of classes was regarded ‘persistently poor’, with class registers consistently cleared out uncompleted what’s more, understudy work organizers ‘poorly managed’ what’s more, in some cases cleared out at home or, then again in his auto at the point when they were required in lessons.

Marking was perseveringly not done or, on the other hand postponed what’s more, criticism to understudies was inadequate, GTC panel seat Rosalind Burford said.
She added: ‘You frequently fizzled to embrace appropriate lesson plans. This come about in a need of pace what’s more, challenge in your lessons what’s more, a need of clear learning objectives.’ 
These ‘fundamental’ failings had a essentially unfriendly impact on his students, she said, adding: ‘We could not be fulfilled that you have an suitable level of understanding into your shortcomings.
‘Thus, we felt you postured a critical chance of rehashing your actions.’
Two a long time ago, GTC boss official Keith Bartley said there could be as numerous as 17,000 ‘substandard’ individuals of staff among the 500,000 enlisted instructors in the UK.

The little number prohibited for ineptitude will start fears these educators are essentially being recycled.

Mr Ahmed was head of business at the John O’Gaunt Group Innovation School in Hungerford, Berkshire
Mr Ahmed had been set under a formal capacity process in December 2008. He surrendered in no time after learning his case would be considered by governors.
Michael Wheale, the school’s previous headteacher who gave confirm at the hearing, was inaccessible for comment.

Its current head Neil Spurdell said: ‘Under a capacity process, educators do have the opportunity to move forward against certain targets what’s more, numerous do.
‘The base line is you can’t have understudies distraught by insufficient teaching. They as it were have one shot at this.’
Last night Mr Ahmed, who lives in Perusing with his spouse what’s more, their two children, said he would be engaging the GTC decision.

He added: ‘They have made a substitute out of me. I’m profoundly miserable about it what’s more, don’t merit to be the to start with to be struck off for life.’
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