Hostage head speaks out

6th July 2001 at 01:00
(Photograph) - UNBOWED: in an exclusive interview headteacher Sylvia Moore speaks to the press for the first time of being imprisoned in her office by parents during a row over a pupil who wore a nose stud. Now she wants exclusion rules changed to allow children to be shown the door for their parents' sins. Photograph by GEORGE JAWORSKI. Page 3

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