Mr Wallace, 46, must wait two years before applying to have the ban lifted. The NCTL disciplinary panel, meeting in Coventry, found that while Mr Wallace's actions were serious they were at the "lower end of the scale of severity".
Mr Wallace was once described by former Education Secretary Michael Gove in a speech in as one of a "magnificent seven" head teachers running outstanding schools in deprived areas. But he was forced tor re from that role in December after Ms Morgan was made aware of the allegations against him. Related Topics.
About sharing image captionGreg Wallace, 46, looiing wait two years before he can apply to wuper again A "super head" who reed after an investigation into how IT contracts at five east London primary schools were awarded has been banned from teaching Greg Wallace was initially suspended as the head of Best Start Federation schools in July before reing six months later. Mr Wallace's conduct was sufficiently severe to erode public confidence in the teaching profession and a ban was therefore appropriate, the DfE added.
The panel ruled that he should avoid a ban due to his "inspirational example as an educator.