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Do you have your own classroom?

Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by thecuriousorange, May 26, 2011.

  1. Yes, most people in my school do.Sounds like you need a trolley to help you get round on your full day.
  2. Sorry... we all have our own rooms. In fact I think even the probationers in the school this year have their own rooms.

    I can't imagine living out of a trolly or a box - I'm just not that organised! More than that, though, discipline is not wonderful at my school and I think having my own classroom really helps.
  3. lescargot

    lescargot Occasional commenter

    Yes, I have to be supremely organised which is not in my nature!! Our school is over-subscribed - too many pupils and teachers, not enough rooms. Hence the reason for the half hour lunches - we need multiple lunchtimes to accommodate the number of pupils. I would like us to rotate it every year - 5 people 4 roomes, means you are without a room once every 4 years. Rather than me every year!
  4. Dominie

    Dominie New commenter

    Perfectly reasonable. Have you brought it up at a DM and asked for a response from the PT? Might help to do a bit of ground work with your colleagues also.
  5. lescargot

    lescargot Occasional commenter

    Hi Dom
    One of my colleagues has actually offered to give up her room after summer, but she will be on maternity leave as of November (offered to give up her room pre-pregnancy!) and think PT is a bit reluctant as it will be someone covering who is going to peripatetic. Bringing it up at next DM we have a chance to have that is not taken up with development etc!

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