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Headteacher or Head teacher??

Discussion in 'Primary' started by GILLYBOP, Jul 25, 2008.

  1. Just as the title suggests:

    Is it Headteacher or Head Teacher??
     
  2. Just as the title suggests:

    Is it Headteacher or Head Teacher??
     
  3. NAHT use Head Teacher
     
  4. although Head Teacher does sound a bit like someone who teaches heads......
     
  5. Poppychick

    Poppychick New commenter

    When I was school secretary I was told the latter ie. Head teacher.
     
  6. FoxMad

    FoxMad New commenter

    ... or head-teacher????
     
  7. trinity0097

    trinity0097 New commenter

    We will be appointing a headteacher in the Autumn!
     
  8. Look to your right. TES have it as HEADTEACHER - like we should shout about it!!
     
  9. aspen_1

    aspen_1 New commenter

    When I looked to the right, I saw BOTH versions!
     

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