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Sophie Anderton is keen to start a family with her boyfriend, James Simpson, an internet entrepreneur.
“I’d like to think we’ll have children next year,” she tells me at the RPJ Crohn's Foundation Rock Ball. I was far too young, but I was head strong so my mother supported me because I was going to do it anyway.” She adds she has her heart set on twin boys, in any case.
The mutilated cat Mrs Hewitt-Clarkson spoke of was left in the playground of Springfield Primary School, we were reliably informed by a number of sources, although the school’s headteacher this week denied this.
A third incident took place in nearby Dudley a few months ago when a male Staffordshire-mastiff cross was found suspended by its lead and tied to a railing 15ft above the pavement, just yards from Kates Hill Primary.
” Dr Sentamu seems to have a need to be all things to all men.
“I am happy that my father’s name is to be preserved in the new Cottelsoe room, which is going to be used for trials and experimentation.
Rob Kelsall, NAHT senior regional officer, said: ‘That has left the door open and allowed the resurgence of some of the key operators to try and start to intimidate some of the headteachers who are not necessarily the ones who are going to be speaking out.’Some Muslim zealots in Sparkhill viewed Mrs Hewitt-Clarkson in much the same way.
Leaving a dog (or ‘kutta’ as a dog is called in Urdu) on her doorstep was meant to insult and humiliate as well as intimidate her.
Almost from the first day she was appointed in 2012, Mrs Hewitt-Clarkson has fought a running battle with a small but significant minority of hardline governors and parents who tried to undermine her and the ethos of Anderton Park (some Muslim children, for example, were discouraged by their parents from playing with white pupils).
The headteacher also gave evidence to last year’s Clarke inquiry — led by former counter-terrorism police chief Peter Clarke — into the Trojan Horse controversy.