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How long would the bail conditions last for?
Ok thanks. There is no guarantee either way whether you will be sacked or not. In the end that is up to the school. However, their hands may be tied if your regulator decides that you are not fit to continue teaching as a result. See here about the rules about that:
So if you get convicted and this ends up with the TRA and your conduct is considered inappropriate to allow you to continue with your job (at least for a period of time), then the employer may have to dismiss you even if they may not have been willing to do so otherwise. So there is a lot of unknowns at present and it is too early to tell, but you have to be prepared for a potential dismissal as it could happen.
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TRA is the regulator here. You can always contact them to see if this is likely to result in anything further from them
It won’t change the outcome, I think it will just serve as peace of mind, or at least knowing what you may potentially expect
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You cannot legally have that, only if the employer allows it, which they are not obliged to. Also it is best to save that for the formal disciplinary, if it gets that far
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