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conflict of interest

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by Brickinthewall1, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. We would be interested in your thoughts on the following situation in our Infant school-we are a small school and our Head has employed an NQT who lives with her. The NQT has been in a long term relationship with the Head's daughter for about 6 years and they are engaged. The NQT is arrogant and upsets staff, but nothing is ever done. Very recently the NQT has been sent on leadership courses so all of us realise that he will be promoted very quickly which is quite disheartening for the rest of us. We feel that we have nowhere to turn as the Head is very close to the Governors and they are aware of the relationship between the NQT and the Head. Have you any advice please?
     
  2. We would be interested in your thoughts on the following situation in our Infant school-we are a small school and our Head has employed an NQT who lives with her. The NQT has been in a long term relationship with the Head's daughter for about 6 years and they are engaged. The NQT is arrogant and upsets staff, but nothing is ever done. Very recently the NQT has been sent on leadership courses so all of us realise that he will be promoted very quickly which is quite disheartening for the rest of us. We feel that we have nowhere to turn as the Head is very close to the Governors and they are aware of the relationship between the NQT and the Head. Have you any advice please?
     
  3. R13

    R13 New commenter

    Try and focus on yourself - it's very easy for all of that to be dismissed.
    E.g. - If you have applied for a leadership course for example and been turned down then you have a more easily defined grievance
    E.g. - If he has been rude to you and you have complained have you been listened to
     

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