Teacher before GTC

26th March 2010 at 00:00

A teacher at a high-profile boarding school in Scotland attended by members of the royal family is accused of telling children what would be in their exams. Eric Tessier-Lavigne, a French teacher at Gordonstoun School near Elgin, was suspended from his job last May. He will appear before GTC Scotland at the end of April. Former pupils at the school include the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

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