FR SEAMUS Hetherton, chairman of governors at St B-rtholomew's Primary School in Swanley, Kent, said this week that he hoped that the dispute between governors and former headmistress Sr Clotide Stephens, who two weeks ago won her case for unfair dismissal, could be put behind them: "My idea for the parish is that people live in peace and harmony". He dismissed reports that the parish had not passed on to the school money donated by parents and said that the parish had injected more money into the school than had been given by parents.
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