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Headteacher David O'Toole added: "I am so proud of all of the students and staff for the effort and hard work; these results couldn't have been achieved without the full support of parents working so closely with the school."
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Headteachers have equally complained they are yet to be briefed on what exactly will be done from Monday, an indication that a circular issued by the Kenya National Examination Council (Knec), detailing the requirements, was yet to reach them."What I can tell you is that we do not know what will happen as we are reading the issues in the media just like any other person," said a primary school headteacher, who requested anonymity.
A secretary has told a trial of an alleged fraud at a primary school allegedly involving a headteacher from Cannock.
Learning at Kapchepkisa Primary School in Baringo North subcounty has been paralysed since Monday as parents demand the transfer of the headteacher.
A newly created deputy headteacher post has been taken up by Daniel Wilde, previously assistant headteacher at Ysgol Friars, Bangor, where his role focused on creating and monitoring student progress and behaviour management.
No-one becomes a headteacher expecting the job to be easy.
CHILDREN at 390 primary schools don't have their own dedicated headteacher, alarming figures show.
SHE'S dedicated her life and soul to Laurence Jackson School(LJS), but after 39 years of service, the headteacher is finally stepping down.
A former headteacher herself, she also sits on the Education Select Committee, currently focusing on funding cuts and Special Educational Needs in two separate enquiries.
How long have you been Headteacher? I've been Headteacher since September 2017 2.
THE headteacher of two North umberland church schools has been suspended pending an investigation over an alleged inci dent.