Mr Price, who retired as headteacher of Speke primary St Christopher's a couple of years ago and is a respected official within the National Primary Headteachers' Association, said: "There was a public outcry and it happened at a time when there was a genuine need for free milk and an expectation from parents.
What does NPhA stand for?
NPhA stands for National Primary Headteachers' Association (UK)
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We have 18 other meanings of NPhA in our Acronym Attic
- Northwestern Publishing House
- Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (Spanish: Our Little Brothers and Sisters)
- Number of Stations Calculating Hypocentral Location (US Geological Survey; used in earthquake location)
- Nucleus Prepositus Hypoglossi-Medial Vestibular Nucleus Region
- National Park Hospitality Association
- National Peer Helpers Association
- National Pesticide Hazard Assessment
- National Pharmacists Association
- National Pleasure Horse Association (Australia)
- National Police Horse Academy
- National Prison Hospice Association
- National Private Hire Association (UK)
- National Public Health Association (Taiwan)
- Nebraska Public Health Association
- Nevada Public Health Association
- New Paltz Healing Arts (New Paltz, NY)
- New Public Health Approach (Canada)
- Nintendo Poser Haters of America
- Non-Profit Housing Association (various locations)
- Non-Profit Humanitarian Assistance
Samples in periodicals archive:
Peter Price, National Primary Headteachers' Association vice chairman and head at St Christopher's primary in Speke, backed the move.
Peter Price, National Primary Headteachers' Association chairman and head at St Christopher's Primary in Speke, said: "I am deeply concerned at this as it appears to be putting money before children's safety.
The National Primary Headteachers' Association criticised the move towards a reading test at the end of year one.
Chris Davis, chairman of the National Primary Headteachers' Association, said pupils suffered considerable stress before exams.
National Primary Headteachers' Association chairman and head at St Christopher's primary in Speke, Peter Price said schools had always put safety first but increasingly stringent risk assessments meant "everyone is more guarded.
Last night, Peter Price, head teacher at St Christopher's primary, in Speke, and National Primary Headteachers' Association chairman, agreed it was "time for them to go".
The National Primary Headteachers' Association said: "It's a step towards a police state.