I'm in a bit of a quandary. I know a lot of schools are crying out for any in class support but I'm currently in receipt of two classroom auxiliaries for two of my Maths classes. One is a joy and is admittedly better at dealing with the more challenging boys in the class than I am. The other I'd rather not have in at all and can start a row in the class more than the rowdier kids. My PT has had staff experience similar over the years but says a DHT draws up the auxiliary timetable while their boss is a woman based miles away in the local authority headquarters. The DHT says he isn't the auxiliaries' boss, the distant woman is. Shouldn't they have a line manager in school? Even for their own sake?