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How To Become A Headteacher W/out Being A Teacher?

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I'm interested. Salary seems to be around 80k or so and my experience at school showed me that it was a helluva cushy job.

Like running the easiest small business and also doing a bit of embezzling here and there.

How can I become one without having to teach scrotes for 10 years first? Is there a back door? Seems to be that being a head has little to do with teaching, I don't buy the argument that the experience as a teacher is essential, in fact I think it could be better to NOT have any experience with day to day teaching.

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My secondary head teachers job so far as I saw it was the one hour he spent during lunch time ordering and queuing the various classes into lunch. I always wondered at the time why it was the head teacher that did this very simple task. Could have got anyone to do it, even one of the lunch ladies but it was him, always him.

Nice man regardless

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My secondary head teachers job so far as I saw it was the one hour he spent during lunch time ordering and queuing the various classes into lunch. I always wondered at the time why it was the head teacher that did this very simple task. Could have got anyone to do it, even one of the lunch ladies but it was him, always him.

Nice man regardless

He had the authority presumably. The kids would doubtless have ignored you or the dinner lady, like they ignore student teachers. Anyway teaching young scrotes. how hard can that be? :lol:

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One of the richest people I know is a school bursar. Reports to the head, and basically does the bulk of the management job. He was never a teacher (though he was a navy quartermaster, where he gained management experience).

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