A DEPUTY head who shot a pupil with an air rifle has been told he can carry on teaching.
Simon Gitlin wounded the student in the abdomen and leg at the private school’s shooting club, and lost his job.
Gitlin admitted assault over the 2019 incident at Beech Hall in Macclesfield, Cheshire, and paid the pupil compensation.
A Teaching Regulation Agency hearing ruled it was a “momentary lapse”.
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