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Dear sage.. illness and failing a term

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by sagacious, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. Your mentor is a little mixed up here. As you have had more than 29 days off then your induction year will continue into the next academic year. There is no pass of fail of term one and two so you/they cannot 'fail' term two. What normally happens is that the paperwork for term two is delayed until you have completed the required number of days for that to be considered as completing term 2 and the paperwork is filed at that point. Contact your LA adviser as it is the LA who decide on the required paperwork and when it should be submitted. They can tell the school what to do and when. Too often schools try to make decisions that they are not legally allowed to make - the LA is the awarding body not the school.
    The Sage

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