The deputy head teacher of an Exeter college at the centre of a county council audit has resigned. Devon County Council confirmed that Beverly Maddern has handed in her notice at West Exe Technology College. It follows the resignation of her husband Steve Maddern who was headteacher at the college.
Mr Maddern stepped down last week after it was revealed he was earning more than the Prime Minister on a salary of more than £150,000. Mrs Maddern is on sick leave. She'll officially leave the college at the end of term.
Exeter headteacher Steve Maddern has resigned with immediate effect. It comes after it was revealed Mr Maddern was being paid more than £150,000 a year. Governors at West Exe Technology College described the last two months as 'a difficult period' for those connected with the school.
In a letter to parents of children at the school Peter Scott, Vice Chair of Governors, said the situation had damaged the school's reputation.
An Exeter headteacher, who was being paid more than £150,000 in total per year, has resigned. Steve Maddern hit the headlines after it was revealed he enjoyed huge pay rises, supported by governors at West Exe Technology College.
His total paypacket was almost three times more than the national average headteacher's pay.
Richard Lawrence speaks to MP Ben Bradshaw following the suspension of headteacher Steve Maddern.
The head of West Exe Technology College in Exeter earns more than the Prime Minister - £150,000 a year. He's been suspended amid an investigation into senior staff salaries
Steve Maddern, a headteacher in Exeter who earns more than the Prime Minister, has been suspended. He's is paid more than £150,000 a year as head of West Exe Technology College.
The Council is currently investigating how the school is run.
Parents on the school run to West Exe Technology College give their views of headteacher Steve Maddern's £150,000 salary.