City officer takes over

10th December 2004 at 00:00
Barry Morrison, Manchester council's deputy chief education officer, has been appointed acting headteacher at Whalley Range high school for girls, following the suspension of Dame Jean Else last week.

The move was triggered by a draft Audit Commission report following a two-year investigation into financial affairs at the Manchester secondary, first revealed by The TES.

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