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Can a Deputy Head be a Reception Teacher?

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by LIZ47, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. Please can I have some honest opinions on this matter, I really would appreciate any feedback. Thank you.
     
  2. Please can I have some honest opinions on this matter, I really would appreciate any feedback. Thank you.
     
  3. VelvetChalk

    VelvetChalk New commenter

    I have been in many schools on supply and longer term, out if 40 schools I have been in I have met 3 early years
    deputy heads. So in short, yes as all seemed approachable and well trained teachers. Also, I did a long term placement at a school and the headteacher had been a reception and deputy head for years before securing her first headship.
     
  4. becky70

    becky70 Occasional commenter

    Yes. I have worked at schools where the deputy head taught Reception. I don't understand why there is even a question about it?
     

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