London Lite Friday, 11 September 2009 A PRIMARY school headteacher who shook two pupils who failed to do their homework has been found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct. Kanta Riley, the former head of Beaconsfield Primary in Southall, was given a reprimand by a General Teaching Council committee. She was found guilty of five cases of misconduct, including threatening to make kids eat soap, but cleared of six other allegations. by mark blunden Bandmates: Sugababes Amelle, left, and Keisha Buchanan, right, with Heidi Range Home away One weekend, twO places, yOur cHOice & Why: Learn to sail! How to get there: Waterloo trains take 90 minutes, from about 30. Where to stay: Near the gentrified marina village of Hamble, Riverside Holidays ( has self- catering chalets sleeping four to six people, starting from around 300 a week. Where to eat: Smart yachty types tuck into great pub food at The Bugle, High Street, Hamble (023 8045 3000). The prawn cocktail and home-made burger are highly recommended. Mains from 8. What to do Embark on a five-day Start Yachting course, from 440, in which youll learn your way around a boat, rigging and sails and how to steer and keep a proper look- out. Contact First Class Sailing ( More details: Southampton Tourist Information Centre (023 8083 3333) Southampton Why: Budapest, the capital of Hungary, has played a prominent role in Europes history. Romans, Mongols, Austrians, Germans and Russians have all passed through. Where to stay: Near the Danube and the shopping district, five-star Hotel Corvinus (kempinski- offers great deals, including three nights for the price of two until next year. How to get there: British Airways ( from Gatwick: long weekend return, around 200. Where to eat: Delighting diners since 1879, Gundel ( offers a five-course gourmet meal with wine, 90. What to do: Buda Castle, a World Heritage site, stands grandly on Castle Hill. At Rudas Health Spa ( women bathe au naturel, (ladies day, Tuesdays). More information: Budapest Jokebox......... This is so radical! No one from uni has ever been here before Amelle kidnap fear after Sugababes bust-upwithKeisha Teacher guilty of shaking THE family of Sugababes singer Amelle Berrabah feared she had been kidnapped after she went missing for days, it was revealed today. The star vanished after apparently having a huge row with bandmate Keisha Buchanan, missing a string of public appearances and ignoring calls from her management. And when her family were unable to contact her they called police, fearing she had been abducted from her home town of Aldershot. Officers from Hampshire Police filed a missing persons report to the Met, but she was found at her north London home yesterday, before a kidnap unit was alerted. Berrabah, 25, is said to have told officers she was safe but desperately unhappy and needed a break after a run-in with Buchanan, 24. She had apparently become depressed over what she felt was jealousy within the group following her No1 col- laboration with singer Tinchy Stryder. A friend said: She is deeply unhappy at the moment and scared of Keisha. She still loves the band and the last thing she wants to do is quit. But the problem needs to be addressed because she feels she is being bullied. Berrabah was said to have been shocked by the police turning up at her home. However, she is no stranger to controversy. Last year she was arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage to a car in Aldershot, but no charges were brought. And in 2007 she was arrested over allega- tions she assaulted an 18-year-old girl at a bar in Guildford, spending a night in the cells before being freed. Desperately unhappy: Amelle Berrabahs family thought she had been abducted index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html