SUPERHEAD'S AFFAIR WITH TOYBOY EDUCATION BOSS.
Byline: ROD CHAYTOR
A TOP headteacher has left her husband for a "toyboy" education boss 15 years her junior. High-flying superhead Ann ANN, Scotch law. Half a year's stipend over and above what is owing for the incumbency due to a minister's relict, or child, or next of kin, after his decease. Wishaw. Also, an abbreviation of annus, year; also of annates. In the old law French writers, ann or rather an, signifies a year. Green, 55, has set up home with her boss, education director Philip Moss, 40.
He has also left his wife of 15 years, Anna, who at age 36 is nearly 20 years younger than her love rival.
Mr Moss, in charge of 97 schools in Solihull, West Midlands West Midlands, former metropolitan county, central England. Created in the 1974 local government reorganization, the county embraced the Birmingham conurbation and comprised seven metropolitan districts: Walsall, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sandwell, Birmingham, Solihull, , was sent home after the affair became public.
He was told to stay away while council chiefs probe his relationship with the married mother-of-two. Mrs Green then called together staff at Arden School Arden School is a secondary school located in the Knowle area of Solihull in the West Midlands, England. It teaches mainly Modern Foreign Languages such as French and Chinese, as a result of the school receiving language college status by the Department for Education and Skills in in Knowle, Solihull, and said she was "in a relationship with a council official and very happy".
In 2007 Mr Moss joined the education service in Solihull and was a regular visitor to Arden School, already the borough's top-performing school. The source added: "He was a bigwig in the education department so people thought nothing of it."
In 2008, Ms Green was seconded to take over failing Park Hall in Castle Bromwich and helped turn it around. She is now executive head of Park Hall and has acquired superhead status.
A spokesman for Solihull Council said: "We do not discuss individual staffing matters."
TOP PERFORMER Arden