head teacher


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to head teacher: headmaster
  • noun

Synonyms for head teacher

Synonyms for head teacher

the educator who has executive authority for a school

References in periodicals archive ?
Mr Roberts-Harry argued that the head teacher had used the funds to purchase a similar programme called Active Expression.
Unfortunately head teachers do not have anyone to support them if an allegation is made.
UNIONS yesterday called for a pay boost in schools after it was revealed Scots head teachers were up to pounds 26,000 a year worse off than English counterparts.
Ms Mahoney also alleged that the head teacher was "aggressive" during a staff meeting and that she had a "personal vendetta" against one of her employees.
CHINESE head teachers, who have to cope with 11,000 students in class sizes of up to 200, have been researching education in the North East.
It is a sorry state of affairs that head teachers have to be given the power to frisk children.
Lisa Hewitt plays a maid with contorted stance and a West Country accent while switching at just a moment's notice to transform herself into the-plum-in-the-mouth upright wife of the head teacher who is almost on the point of leaving her well-oiled husband.
THE head teacher of a school accused of charging an ice cream van owner pounds 10 to sell sweets in the playground is being investigated by police.
Retired head teacher Denise Morgan outside Goetre Primary School in Merthyr Tydfil
Tom Quinn, St John Plessington''s head teacher, insisted their turnaround started before the National Challenge.
Given that it rained for most of Thursday night and the temperature was around 4C what dangers did the head teacher perceive?
The reports come days after it was learnt that Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, may seek to prevent any head teacher earning more than the Prime Minister, who is paid 142,500 pound.
Astley's Head Teacher since 2001, Mr Knight, reres this term aLer a total of twenty-h.
The governors and head teacher should be held to account and not be allowed to ride roughshod over parents, teachers, students and future generations of children in the area.
In the interest of pupil safety, the head teacher decided to advise parents that S6 pupils should not attend school.