first_imgSacking Mrs Rew proves Angus Council have an absolute 0 banter policy— Boyle (@Boyle42634) September 29, 2015 The two-year order means she can remain on the teaching register, but must comply with conditions including being tested for alcohol in her blood every six months.Mrs Rew accepted she had acted inappropriately by using inappropriate language, including swearing, and had told a male pupil to “put his body away as it was too sexy”.She also “held her breasts and made comments about them; entered pupils’ bedrooms, ate crisps and sweets and thereafter reached into her top to take crisps from between her breasts”.The panel decided that because of her personal difficulties, and support from staff, pupils and parents, it would be unreasonable to declare her unfit to teach. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. A head teacher who was sacked after getting drunk on a school trip “held her breasts and made comments about them” and told a schoolboy his body was “too sexy”.Gillian Rew, 49, also told another pupil his chest “was better than her husband’s”, while she was drunk on the visit to Lockerbie in September 2014.During the weekend away, the former Arbroath High School head teacher was said to have pulled herself up from the floor by holding on to a pupil’s ankles, and to have held crisps between her breasts.She has not been struck off the teaching register, but has been given a two year “conditional registration order”, which involves regular alcohol testing. Gillian Rew Last month, she admitted at a General Teaching Council Scotland (GTCS) hearing that she drank eight glasses of wine before having “improper contact” with students.She was sacked from her £74,000-a-year post following the incident, but her admission of guilt meant that details of the charges were not revealed in the hearing.The nature of her behaviour only emerged yesterday in details published by the GTCS. She was “mortified” by her behaviour and said she was partly drinking too much at Lockerbie Manor as a result of 14-hour days among colleagues who were hostile at the time. She did not think her pupils would have been particularly alarmed.On the night in question she stayed up until four in the morning and drank eight glasses of sauvignon blanc from a wine box. She has since undergone alcohol counselling and now works for EIS, the teaching union. She said her days leading a school were over. Mrs Rew came to a party with us aswell and k’oed on the couch, that’s the way teachers should be, god bless Gillian rew— Rory McQuillan (@razmcquillan) October 3, 2014 Mrs Rew now works for the EISCredit:Callum Masonlast_img