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This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate. (July 2011) Anne Muirhead Mathams, FEIS (6 May 1913 – 21 February 2011) was a Scottish educationist, innovator and disability rights activist. Born to Robert and Annie Mathams, she had a younger brother, John. Her mother was widowed when Robert Mathams died in 1924 as a result of injuries sustained during the First World War. Contents 1 Teaching career 2 Affiliations 3 Death 4 External links Teaching career 1932 - trained at Jersey Ladies College (Edinburgh) 1936 - headmistress at Stanwell Nursery (Edinburgh) 1939 - headmistress of St Leonards Nursery (Edinburgh) 1941 - headmistress of Moray House Nursery (Edinburgh) 1948 - headmistress of Westerlea School (Edinburgh), which was established by the Scottish Council for the Care of Spastics (now known as Capability Scotland, of which Mathams was a founder member) Affiliations Member, Educational Institute of Scotland (1936) Founder member, Scottish Council for the Care of Spastics; later known as Capability Scotland (1946) Chair, Nursery School Association (Edinburgh branch) Fellow, Educational Institute of Scotland (1972; life membership granted in 1979) Elsie Inglis Award for Lifetime Achievement (2000) Death Miss Mathams retired from teaching in 1978. She died on 21 February 2011 at the Colinton Care Home, aged 97, unmarried. External links Obituary in The Scotsman Anne Mathams profile @ Obituary site referencing Miss Mathams