Teacher charged with viewing adult websites during class
The tutor is further accused of faking pupils' exam results at a school in Glasgow.
A teacher at a Glasgow school accessed adult websites during class, it has been claimed.
The tutor, who has not been named, also allegedly accessed adult websites from work computers at other points during the school day.
The General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) said the incidents took place at a Glasgow City Council school between December 2013 and January 2014.
It also accused the teacher of falsely recording that pupils had sat prelim exams when they had not, and recording incorrect grades for the exams.
A hearing into the charges will begin on Monday next week.
The GTCS accuses the teacher of using work computers "to access a variety of internet sites, including adult material websites" during "class contact time".
Further charges say the teacher accessed adult websites during time set aside for professional development and on a specific occasion on January 10, when he should have been in a meeting.
The teacher is accused of being "unfit to teach".
An independent panel will consider the charges and the teacher could be struck off if they are found proved.