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Krystal Whyment has been successful in representing a teacher accused of dishonestly allowing three pupils to re-write exam papers during private after-school sessions. The teacher faced a public hearing at the PCC of the National College of Teaching and Leadership where he was accused of holding a private after-school session for three struggling pupils and allowing them to re-write their papers which included directing them to copy from one another. The panel, in handing down its decision, found that the teacher had been consistent throughout and was considered to be an honest and reliable man. The teacher accepted that the after-school session had taken place but it was designed to mirror a revision session and, due to an inadvertent error, those papers were submitted to the examiners. The client has said of Krystal “I am really so grateful to have had your support and to know that you actually believe what I have been saying.”