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The former headteacher of Daniel Pelka's school was suspended from his new job last week, ITV News' Sejal Karia reports.
Murdered toddler Daniel Pelka came in contact with a number of professionals who either noticed or treated him for injuries, or saw changes in his weight before his death in March 2012.
The Serious Case Review found there were a number of opportunities to protect Daniel that were missed.
The former headteacher of the school toddler Daniel Pelka attended has been suspended from his new job.
Darren Clews was the head of Little Heath Primary School when the four-year-old was tortured and murdered by his mother and step-father.
Mr Clews has since left Little Heath and has been suspended from his current school Grangehurst Primary and disciplinary proceedings are underway.
His mother Magdelena Luczak and her partner Mariusz Krezolek were both jailed for a minimum of 30 years.