Mrs Hill, 60, was suspended after the incident in June and yesterday it emerged that she has been fired by a disciplinary tribunal for breaching pupil confidentiality at Great Tey Primary School, near Colchester, Essex.It seems this may spark a bit of a fightback:
The decision has been condemned by the girl's family, who were prevented from giving evidence on Mrs Hill's behalf.
Other parents at the school are considering withdrawing their children in protest.Let's hope they do.
Certainly, no-one can have confidence in a head who responds to a sitaution in this fashion. And who gives this statement in response to media interest:
Headmistress Debbie Crabb has insisted that Chloe's parents were told of the incident according to school 'accident and first aid procedures'.'Accident'...?
This was assault!