headmastership


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Noun1.headmastership - the position of headmaster
headship - the position of headmaster or headmistress
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As a result, he joined a non-government High School in Hinjilicut as a teacher under the Headmastership of a nationalist named Kishore Chandra Panda.
He accepted the headmastership of Hale School, a private school in Perth where he had been a pupil.
As Skidelsky (1992: 272) pointed out (citing Hicks's obituary of Robertson), Robertson's father had just resigned his headmastership at Haylesbury 'under somewhat of a cloud'.
In September 1862, Haileybury opened its gates once again, this time as a public school, under the headmastership of the Reverend A G Butler.
We had full run of the library which was only a little ways away from [where we stayed in Russell Square.] They would take up a topic like, maybe, guidance practices, or the principalship, or the headmastership. Then they would produce a paper and my insistence was that whenever they went to an elementary school, to a secondary school, to a private one, or a public one, or one that the Church of England operated, or they went to a teacher-training college or whatever, they were to pursue questions and make observations concerning their particular topic.
Following the enormous success of Tom Brown's School Days (1857), by Thomas Hughes--a romanticized depiction of one boy's adventures at Rugby during the headmastership of Dr.
He had taken the headmastership of the privately funded Elgin Educational Institute, Ltd.