Deputy head teacher is struck off after stealing ?70,000 from special needs school

The credit crunch is hitting everyone at the moment, but if you’re going to steal from your employers, buying a patio for your garden probably wouldn’t be top of the list for many…

A deputy head teacher who stole thousands of pounds from a special needs school to buy a new patio for his garden and give himself a payrise has been struck off the teaching register.

Simon Hann, 42, conspired with head teacher Keith Davis, 51, to plunder ?70,000 from Sundridge School near Portsmouth, over a period of four years.

The pair gained the money by making false expense claims and rewarded themselves with cash bonuses to make improvements to their homes.

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