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5 day working month

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by happyseaurchin, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. I am living in madeira, and including flights, living around £500/month.

    I would like to teach mathematics for one week a month in london. I belleve the quality of my teaching is second to none, and with 3 weeks to prepare for regular classes, this can only mean a better learning environment for the kids in my classes.

    I am looking for schools with an open minded approach, and for up to three other teachers to share a job.

    How does a five day working month sound to you?
     
  2. I am living in madeira, and including flights, living around £500/month.

    I would like to teach mathematics for one week a month in london. I belleve the quality of my teaching is second to none, and with 3 weeks to prepare for regular classes, this can only mean a better learning environment for the kids in my classes.

    I am looking for schools with an open minded approach, and for up to three other teachers to share a job.

    How does a five day working month sound to you?
     
  3. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    I've already got one thanks - it's called 'September'.
     
  4. It sounds great and if you manage to pull it off, you deserve a slap on the back and a "jolly good show". Somehow, I think reality will be less ideal. Good luck though!
     

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