Headteacher of Cobholm Primary Academy Kimberly Morton back at school after alleged pub row
PUBLISHED: 16:17 04 October 2017 | UPDATED: 17:12 04 October 2017
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The headteacher of a primary school suspended following an alleged row in a pub is back at school.
Kimberly Morton, head of Cobholm Primary Academy, was suspended after a complaint was made about an incident at the Quay Pride bar in Great Yarmouth.
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An altercation was said to have taken place at around 10pm on Friday, September 8 shortly after a cabaret act went on.
At the time, James Goffin, a spokesman for The Inspiration Trust, which runs the academy, said it had received a complaint, triggering the immediate suspension of Ms Morton.
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He said the suspension was routine, to allow it to investigate, and the matter was not being looked at by police.
The Inspiration Trust says the principal is now back at work, but says it will not comment on the outcome of its investigation.
It said it was an internal HR matter and no further details would be given.