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Role comparison: deputy headteacher vs assistant headteacher
What is the difference between a deputy and an assistant head? This article cites the STPCD, advice from a teaching school and two of our associate education experts on the difference between the two roles. It also looks at changing an assistant headteacher's title to 'deputy headteacher'.
- Professional duties
- Case study from a teaching school: primary
- Expert guidance: secondary
- Determining the leadership structure
- Changing an assistant headteacher's title to deputy headteacher
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