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Head Teacher or headteacher

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mckenzie Thu 28-Sep-17 16:57:57

which is correct please?

dementedpixie Thu 28-Sep-17 16:58:21

The first i think

DadDadDad Fri 29-Sep-17 10:59:09

Well, it's the National Association of Head Teachers, but a quick google shows newspapers using headteacher. So, you could probably go for either, although it looks like headteacher is the more modern common usage.

mckenzie Fri 29-Sep-17 11:40:22

Thanks very much dad. That was my assumption too.

editingfairy Fri 20-Oct-17 23:09:32

I prefer the former, but both are used so both can be said to be correct.

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