Julian Jones
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Being a head teacher 'isn't worth the hassle'

Heavy workloads and pressure on head teachers mean fewer people are inclined to take up the job, a union has said.

More support is need to overcome recruitment issues, the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) Cymru said.

Research by BBC Wales has found more than 100 schools across 18 council areas are without permanent heads.

Cemlyn Davies spoke to Julian Jones, of NAHT Cymru.

  • 02 Feb 2016