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Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by coppull, Jun 26, 2011.

  1. coppull

    coppull New commenter

    Academy staff will not come on here to talk about what you have mentioned. They are not allowed to talk about their Contracts. If found out then, might end up having no jobs .Its one of those freedoms ,that teachers receive ,when their school changes.[​IMG]
  2. Piranha

    Piranha Star commenter

    I don't understand. It is considered unprofessional in some quarters to discuss details of contracts, but it is not a condition of mine that I don't discuss it now that we are an academy. It is also very hard to work out whether cuts are due to acadamy status when many schools are cutting due to lower budgets. I do know that my school have said they are sticking to the old rules, and I have not heard of any breaches of them.
  3. This has happened to someone I know.

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