A maths trainer who slapped a pupil within the face after “squaring up” to him has been banned from the occupation.
Michael Nosiama, 31, was discovered responsible of hitting the boy at Failsworth College in Oldham in April 2015 after turning into agitated by his disruption in school.
A National College for Teaching panel was proven footage of an “indignant” Mr Nosiama “goading” the pupil and making “violent bodily contact”.
It mentioned he was a “persevering with danger” and banned him from instructing for all times.
Mr Nosiama had taught on the Better Manchester college for 4 months earlier than the incident.
He was not current on the listening to however had mentioned in written proof that he “struck [the boy – referred to as Pupil A] in self-defence”.
Nonetheless, the panel rejected this declare saying Mr Nosiama’s actions have been “aggressive” and “deliberate”.
It discovered the trainer had “intentionally invited Pupil A outdoors for the altercation” and “provoked the incident for the aim of Pupil A being doubtlessly excluded,” it mentioned.
The prohibition order states “as a result of critical and violent nature of this case” and the failure of Mr Nosiama to develop “any perception into his behaviour”, he can by no means reapply to show.