Head's race slip

27th June 2008 at 01:00
A primary head, whose school had previously been commended for its racial harmony, has been forced to apologise for breaking up a playground argument by alluding to Muslims and bombs
A primary head, whose school had previously been commended for its racial harmony, has been forced to apologise for breaking up a playground argument by alluding to Muslims and bombs. Education Leeds said Jon Farley, head of Kerr Mackie Primary, would now undergo equality training, including a session on racial and religious name-calling.

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