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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Headteacher to get pay cut

The headteacher of Canary Wharf Comprehensive is to have his bonus reduced, it was revealed today. Mr Garnet's pay package had soared to £17.7 million last year, despite the school failing its Ofsted inspection.

At a meeting with the Governing Body, Mr Garnet explained that his remuneration was strictly a contractual matter, the annual bonus being linked to the size of the school's budget. Since the DfEE had pumped in huge sums to turn around its dire performance, the Head's financial reward had broken all records. The Governors have decided to review the contract.

Speaking to Birmingham Teacher & TA by satphone from his chalet in Gstaad, Mr Garnet said, "It's only fair to point out that the tax on my income will cover my staff's wages for the next two years." Asked whether heads whose schools are failing, should be sacked, he said he was on a Black Run and would have to terminate the interview, but asked us to remind his teachers that pupil reports should be handed into heads of year by Thursday afternoon.

5 comments:

Paddington said...

I'm afraid that this joke is a little lost on me. I know where Canary Wharf is, but as for the rest...

Sackerson said...

It's a comment on Barclays Bank and its boss, Bob Diamond.

Paddington said...

Well, you know that losing all of that money is very stressful.

James Higham said...

It's been a long process of putting such people in place. They'll not go willingly, nor is it Them's agenda to put the competent in power.

Sackerson said...

"Them's agenda": tut, tut, surely you mean "Their agenda"; where's yer grammar?