Teacher sacked for killer tales to appeal.
A TEACHER who was sacked for telling young pupils about serial killers is to fight his dismissal.
Gerard Moore, from Naas, Co Kildare has launched an appeal with the Employment Appeals Tribunal after it determined in July that his dismissal from the Holy Child national school in Ballycane, Naas, in August 1999 was warranted.
He was sacked for improper conduct at meetings inquiring if he had taught students about murderers. He was also alleged to have refused to let pupils go to the toilet and to have taken pupils on an outing without the principal's consent.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Oct 25, 2001|
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