Head teacher at Handsworth school returns after police escort following confrontation by angry parents
A head teacher at a school which came under scrutiny during the Trojan horse scandal was returning to work today after being escorted from the premises by police following a confrontation by angry parents.
Six police cars swooped on Welford Primary School in Handsworth after a meeting between parents and head teacher Jamie Barry became so heated that worried staff had to raise the alarm.
The incident happened during a parents’ forum being held at the school on Friday. The parents were unhappy about elements of the school’s curriculum, a Birmingham City Council spokesman said.
The sign. You can imagine the parents.