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They also opposed a plan to have schools sharing the same compound run by a single board and one headteacher.
Cash has also been given for digital technology to combat professional isolation, administrative support in schools where the headteacher has significant teaching commitment, and support for schools to collaborate.
They will each join one of the eight regional Headteacher Boards across England.
Headteacher Nicola Faulkner with pupils Nadia, Grace, Leona and Mary Headteacher Nicola Faulkner: 1.
MODEST headteacher of the year David Watson was shocked and "humbled" to learn in what high regard he is held.
THE headteacher of a Teesside special school - suspended last year after allegations of "irregular practices" - has moved on.
Castle Hill headteacher Gill Robinson, received an OBE in the Queen's New Year Honours list for her work at the school.
THE headteacher of two North umberland church schools has been suspended pending an investigation over an alleged inci dent.
More than 20 schools are without a permanent headteacher with posts repeatedly advertised.
Crime Commissioner David Jamieson, a former headteacher himself, said he had received a bomb threat himself in his time in teaching.
Figures obtained by the Telegraph under the Freedom of Information Act show that the highest earning headteacher in the city takes home an annual income of over PS97,000, with the second and third earning almost PS84,000 and PS80,000 respectively.
A FAITH school in the Vale of Glamorgan has welcomed a new headteacher.