Alison Webb

27th July 2007 at 01:00
In our report on the disciplinary case of Alison Webb, we said that she had lost a pupil's medication for an allergy to oranges. Newsteam, which covers the General Teaching Council for England hearings for The TES, admits this was incorrect. Mrs Webb was found gulity of unacceptable professional conduct for failing to disclose to the girl's mother that the medication was missing and that a replacement was needed urgently. But it was not her fault that the medication was lost.

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