Crack comeback

9th March 2007 at 00:00
A primary school teacher who took her young daughter with her to buy crack cocaine could be back in the classroom if she stays clean and takes a drug awareness course.

Helen Taylor told the General Teaching Council that buying crack cocaine was no different to going to the pub.

Mrs Taylor, formerly employed at Paulsgrove primary, Ports-mouth, admitted unacceptable professional conduct at a GTC disciplinary hearing.

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