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Anyone dreading going back after Easter?

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by zmitchell, Apr 14, 2012.

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  2. Well it's only 2 weeks paid work - how hard can it be? If you've been abused my children then you must report it. You could also raise the lack of support but then i'm not sure what it is you feel was lacking and what any of your colleagues could have done about it.
  3. Georgia99

    Georgia99 New commenter

    Examples-calculator thrown at my head and bruised my eyebrow. I arranged for head of year to collect student and they were back in my class the next day. I asked about sanctions and hod informed they 'had a word' with the student. Perhaps I am expecting too much....
  4. Of course you are not expecting too much. I wish you the best of luck in your new career!

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