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Discussion in 'New teachers' started by skellig1182, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. skellig1182

    skellig1182 Occasional commenter

    I might contact them. I've just really had enough. My life is not good and i wish i had left at xmas but was persuaded to stay. Iv'e heard of people leaving at february but I don't know much about it.
  2. skellig1182

    skellig1182 Occasional commenter

    Hope it works out for you too:eek:) I know what its like when you feel your life has stopped.
  3. GloriaSunshine

    GloriaSunshine New commenter

    You could negotiate leaving at half term if you really want/need to. In my experience, it depends on the attitude of the headteacher and your subject. If the head knows of a teacher who could step in for the rest of the year or knows that there would be a good response to an ad, they may be willing to let you go. If you're a Physics teacher with a lot of GCSE and A2 classes, they may be less keen.

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