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Anyone else feeling the way I am and if so, can someone offer some "helpful" suggestions or feedback?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by pastychucker, Dec 30, 2010.

  1. Time to move on.
     
  2. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    Hit the big red button below your seat marked 'Eject'.

    Schools can change very rapidly under new leadership, and not always for the best. It's a tough choice to make but once you're out you'll wonder why you didn't go sooner.

    I bailed out 12 months ago, went on supply and have realised that there are many schools out there that are far happier and better managed than the one I left. If you're sensible you'll apply for other jobs and hopefully get one - I wouldn't recommend the supply route unless you can manage on a much lower income.
     

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