‘Super’ headteacher paid over £200,000 – while ‘money ran out for pens and textbooks’

A former ‘super-head’ was paid in excess of £200,000 at a cash-strapped academy trust – while teachers claimed they had to buy their own pens and textbooks to teach kids.

An ECHO investigation found millions had been lost after a catastrophic failure to budget, at an academy trust responsible for schools in some of the most deprived areas in Britain.


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