Mr Uzomah was in the seventh week of an eight week contract teaching science in Bradford when the incident happened

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One of the many Exeter University student accommodation blocks in and around Exeter

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Students celebrate their A-level results at Dominican College in Belfast

A-level results 2015: Women outperform men again as record numbers secure university places

Head of the admissions body expresses concern about growing gender gap

A student reads his A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London

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It was no surprise boards were in a hurry to get their press briefing out the way

Twins Rory, left, and Patrick Butler celebrate their A-level results at Campbell College in Belfast

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Traditional disciplines performed well, but subjects like music suffered

183 of Winstanley College's students achieved at least three straight grade A’s

A-level results 2015: Sixth-form college overcomes spending squeeze to double number of students it sends to Oxbridge

Winstanley College will send 17 of its pupils go to Oxford or Cambridge

17 of the 19 sets of twins have met in their school uniforms at Ardgowan Primary School in Greenock

Teachers seeing double in Scotland as one region welcomes record 19 sets of twins to school

It has left education leaders wondering if there is 'something in the water'

Jacob Lewis, 22, is going to Cambridge University to study law

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Jacob Lewis said he slept on friends' sofas and studied for 12 hours a day while taking his exams

Withington Independent Girls School pupils pose for parents cameras as they receive their A level exam results on August 15, 2013 in Manchester, England.

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Companies are using Twitter to flog their services and products to the hundreds of thousands of people collecting their grades today

A student reads his A-level results at Westminster Kingsway College, King's Cross Centre, London.

A-level results 2015 reveal North-South divide for pass rates and top grades

The north-east of England had the highest overall pass rate but the lowest proportion of A* and A grades, for example

A-level results day 2015: Pass rate at record high of 98.1%

Overall, there was relatively little change with exam board officials describing the results as evidence that A-levels 'remain stable'

Over half of the first graduates paying £9,000 a year think they did not get value for money

One in 20 meanwhile said if they had their time over again they would not have gone to university, according to a new survey

CBI director general, John Cridland: 'We need people with artistic flair'

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Birmingham City University becomes first institution to make Clearing offers via Facebook and Twitter

Universities throughout the land have detected would-be students are making greater use of social media to enquire about vacancies

Truancy is a complicated issue that isn't always solved by court action, Parenting group Netmums said

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Figures show 16,430 people were prosecuted last year

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