A teacher who worked in Oxfordshire is due to attend a misconduct hearing this week.

Rebecca Aslam’s hearing will take place on Wednesday (July 26) and Thursday (July 27) at 9.30am.

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The hearing has been called in accordance with The Teachers’ Disciplinary Regulations 2012.

According to the Department for Education, the session will be available for the public to observe virtually.

The hearing is being run by the Teaching Regulation Agency.

The Department for Education said it could not comment ahead of the hearing. 

It comes after another teacher who worked in Oxfordshire, Joshua Sutcliffe, was put before a misconduct hearing earlier this year. 

He has been banned from teaching in any school in England following the verdict after being accused of repeatedly misgendering a transgender pupil in lessons and on live television.