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Advice needed please...

Discussion in 'Primary' started by mrsrobbo, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. mrsrobbo

    mrsrobbo New commenter

    A situation has come up at work, I need to talk to other teachers about it. I cannot talk to other staff at work and don't think I can post too much on here, as it would become obvious, even without names to anyone who followed these forums, who I was.
    Would it be appropriate to 'talk' to someone on here via messaging, just to get some advice?
    It does not involve pupils or individuals, it's nothing illegal and does not involve confidential information.
  2. Feel free to pm me, might not be able to help but I'll listen
  3. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    Or you could call teacherline?
  4. mrsrobbo

    mrsrobbo New commenter

    I have PM'd you. With a short novel! Thank you very much for taking the time to reply.
  5. mrsrobbo

    mrsrobbo New commenter

    Thanks minniminx, that's a good idea. I might do that if I don't resolve the situation in the next couple of days

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