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The hearing found that Mr Moore became infatuated with the girl and even told her father he loved her.The report said: "The roots of the relationship between Pupil A and Mr Moore began from January 2012, when they began to exchange emails, the frequency of which increased over time.The teenage girlfriend of a former teacher who abandoned his family to move in with her has ended their controversial relationship amid claims he sexually abused a different student more than a decade ago.Hooker had moved in with the teen in February - the same day he quit his job in the school's business department.The teacher told police he had left his wife and their three daughters the previous week.
"On a number of these occasions, others were present, including Pupil A's father, Pupil A's mother, and friends.
"Mr Moore also admits that on 8 or 9 September, he kissed Pupil A outside the cinema." Mr Moore also admitted attending a meal with sixth formers celebrating the end of their A-levels which was not sanctioned by the school.
An independent teacher misconduct panel run by the National College for Teaching and Leadership - the profession's regulatory body - has spared him a classroom ban after hearing he was a "good teacher." The hearing found that Moore, who taught Philosophy and Religion at the school, admitted sending emails to the pupil between January and June 2012.
The report said: "Mr Moore admits to meeting with Pupil A outside of school on several occasions between 25 July and 8 or 9 September 2012.
"This was during a period when Mr Moore had pastoral responsibility for Pupil A, although we recognise that there was no sexual content or innuendo in the emails exchanged."However, shortly after Pupil A's exams finished, the relationship between Pupil A and Mr Moore became formal: Mr Moore expressed to Pupil A's father that he loved Pupil A, and Pupil A told her parents that she was unwilling to break her contact with Mr Moore.