Black teachers barred from working together
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Clayton-Naute v The Governors of Catherine Infant School  IT/38856/96 (0 other reports)
An Afro-Caribbean nursery nurse who was required to work with a white teacher, with whom she had "an uneasy relationship", because the school did not want two Afro-Caribbeans working together, was unlawfully discriminated against on racial grounds, holds a Leicester industrial tribunal (Chair: D R Sneath) in Clayton-Naute v The Governors of Catherine Infant School. It awards £1,250 for injury to feelings and makes a recommendation.