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New head teachers sought for two Island schools

Ard fir ynsee noa goll er shirrey son daa scoill yn Ellan

Balley Kermeen as y Nah Ven-Rein Ealisaid shirrey leeideilys noa

Ta ard fir ynsee noa goll er shirrey dy stiurey jee jeh scoillyn ard yn Ellan.

Ta Balley Kermeen as Scoill Ard y Nah Ven-Rein Ealisaid shirrey cur faill.

Ta neesht jeh ny ard fir ynsee oc – Adrienne Burnett as Sue Moore – cheet dy ve nyn daaue.

Ta'n faill syrjey son Balley Kermeen £115,483 [un cheead as queig-jeig thousane punt, as kiare cheead as kiare feed as three], choud's ta'n faill smoo son Scoill Ard y Nah Ven-Rein Ealisaid £90,379 [kiare feed as jeih thousane punt, as three cheead as three feed as nuy].

Ta'n Shirveishagh Ynsee, Spoyrt as Cultoor Julie Edge gra dy bee barney faagit ayn, agh dy vel eh cur caa.

AS JULIE EDGE :  She, bee barney ayn agh t'eh cur caa neesht cheusthie jeh ny scoillyn as raad er oaie son fir elley. By vie lhiam ayns rieughid cur bwooise daue ny neesht son ny bleeantyn dy hirveish er nyn gooilleeney oc ayns jannoo shickyr jeh ny eiyrtyssyn son ny studeyryn ain ayns traaghyn as doolane foue er-lheh. T'ad rieau er ve ec y toshiaght. T'ad nyn vir phrofeshoonagh dy feer as va shen rieau y focus oc.

 

Ballakermeen and QEII seeking new leadership

New head teachers are being sought to run two of the Island's secondary schools.

Ballakermeen and Queen Elizabeth II High School are recruiting.

Both of their head teachers - Adrienne Burnett and Sue Moore - are retiring.

The top salary for Ballakermeen is £115,483 whilst the maximum salary for QEII is £90,379.

Education, Sport and Culture Minister Julie Edge says that it will leave a gap, but provides an opportunity.

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