A TEACHER hit a girl so hard she ended up in hospital care.
Nathaneal Poultorak, 32, caused significant bruising and damage to the child’s ear.
The special educational needs teacher, who hit her in March 2019, also admitted hitting a second pupil from Manchester Jewish School.
He was sacked after a disciplinary hearing.
A Teaching Regulation Agency disciplinary panel banned him from teaching for at least ten years for unacceptable conduct.
But he can apply for the ban to be set aside in a decade.
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The panel said the offences were violent.
They said the incidents happened outside the education setting but said the severity of Child A's injuries went beyond 'reasonable chastisement'.
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