head teacher

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Synonyms for head teacher

Synonyms for head teacher

the educator who has executive authority for a school

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Head teachers are required to adhere to the Welsh Government's leadership standards, published in 2011 as part of former Education Minister Leighton Andrews' plan to improve Wales' schools system.
The Welsh Government needs to sharpen the focus of the leadership standards and head teachers need to reflect more deeply during their performance reviews on how they apply the standards.
St Bede's head teacher Neville Harrison said: "To a large extent it is in recognition of the hard work of staff at St Bede's to support other schools, particularly in leadership development and also through our significant role in teacher training.
Now Kamal Hanif, head teacher of Waverley School, Pat Smart, head teacher of Greet Primary School and Yvonne Wilkinson, head teacher of King Edwards VI Five Ways will serve on the new trust.
But head teachers last night defended the right to judge staff on their free-time activities.
Students willingly got involved in a number of roles around the school including working as teaching assistants; helping out in the school office and assisting the head teacher.
How outmoded those notions must seem to the Class of 2011 at the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), whose well-paid members have voted to take a day off on November 30 in a protest over pensions.
6 per cent of delegates at the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) during their annual conference in Brighton.
Concerns have been raised that as many as 100 head teachers could be earning more than 150,000 pound every year.
Are the head teachers worried that parents may sue if their child falls and injures themselves at or on the way to school?
The head teachers of the four secondaries were among 13 from the region that were hailed as the creme de la creme at a Downing Street reception, hosted by the Prime Minister.
THOUSANDS of children will no longer have to take controversial school tests at 11, head teachers vowed yesterday.
CHILDREN'S minister Beverley Hughes was jeered and heckled by head teachers during their annual conference in Liverpool.
Eighty five per cent of the schools selected had male head teachers while only 15 per cent had female head teachers.
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.