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headmaster

a male principal of a school
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I predicted a bright future for the anchorman, David Frost, but my headmaster said: "You'll never hear of him again after it has finished.
Gaynor Holmes, acting head of drama for BBC Scotland and executive producer of Waterloo Road, said: "Alex will be joining as the character Gerard Findlay, the headmaster of rival school Havelock High.
Before coming to Honley, Mr Beaumont was headmaster of Sowerby Bridge Grammar School, having previously taught in Cirencester, Leicester and Ashby De La Zouche.
Membership of the Arnold Club, which met in the back rooms of pubs such as The Crown in Broad Street or Moseley Rugby Club, was restricted to headmasters, who paid an annual subscription.
To make the position of headmaster more appealing, SEDMEK has called for the exemption of headmasters from four periods of teaching.
It took one phone call from my father to the headmaster and the problem was rectified.
Sanoma Learning polled 1,980 teachers and headmasters from Finland, Sweden, Poland, the Netherlands and Belgium.
The teachers who have been suspended include one teacher and Raja Gulzar Ahmad senior headmaster of Government High School Afandi colony, one teacher and Amjid Iqbal Bhara, principal Government High School Khyaban-e- Sirsyed and two teachers and Chaudhry Muhammad Sadiq senior headmaster of Government Boys High School Gujar Khan.
Time is precious and Headmasters understand how difficult it can be to take time out of our hectic lives to look and feel good.
A new history of Warwick School has been rewritten to include the headmasters.
OCR chief executive Dr Ron McLone will meet the independent schools' headmasters on Thursday to hear their concerns.
RAWALPINDI -- Headmasters and headmistresses have again imposed ban on availing casual leave by the teachers in government schools all over the district.