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Alexandra Marie Dolan (born 1974) is a journalist, weather presenter and science teacher who went undercover for the documentary Undercover Teacher, produced by Allen Jewhurst.[1] For this, she was suspended from teaching for one year by the General Teaching Council with the claim that 'breached student trust'.[2] The decision has received criticism from both teachers and commentators.[3]

Early life

Dolan was born in Cuckfield, in the Mid Sussex district of West Sussex. She has an older brother (born 1973). After growing up in Cambridge she attended The Leys School, an independent school in Cambridge and Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies, and studied Marine Biology at Newcastle University. In 2019, Dolan moved from Norwich to Cromer.[4]

Career

More recently, Dolan has been employed as a presenter on Sky's Ocean TV programme Ocean Rescue.[5] She returned to presenting the weather on BBC Look East on 5 January 2016 following maternity leave.

See also

References

  1. ^ Lazy Students, 25 March 2009 http://www.lazystudents.org/2009/03/alex-dolan-undercover-teacher-suspended.html Archived 28 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Lipsett, Anthea (25 March 2009). "Teacher who filmed unruly pupils found guilty of misconduct". The Guardian.
  3. ^ Heffer, Simon (27 March 2009). "Time for the Tories to get horrible". The Daily Telegraph.
  4. ^ Bale, David (18 April 2019). "Why moving to Cromer is a 'dream come true' for BBC Look East weather girl". Enjoy Cromer More. Retrieved 14 February 2020.
  5. ^ Alex Dolan Archived 16 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 22 June 2011

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