Security alert

18th March 2005 at 00:00
Online training in interview techniques will not be enough to help heads avoid hiring staff who pose a risk to children, the leader of the inquiry into the Soham murders has said. Sir Michael Bichard called on the Department for Education and Skills to fund more in-school training to prevent a repeat of mistakes that led to killer Ian Huntley getting a job at Soham village college. For details see:

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