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Finding p-time work that fits around an ever changing p-time PGCE timetable

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by sabskin, Mar 5, 2011.

  1. Hi, I wonder if anyone can help.

    I will be starting a part-time PGCE course at the IOE in Sept. Since the bursaries have been cut for primary courses, I will definitely need to work more than expected.

    I have looked at the timetable for last year and have noticed that there aren't consistent days off. Does anyone have any experience of trying to find a part time job that that works around a timetable that changes on a weekly basis? Oh, and one that allows for the 2 long school placements?!!

    I am currently working as a governess but I know most families are looking for more consistency.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks! (sorry about the lack of para's - TES doesn't like mac!)
     
  2. Hi, I wonder if anyone can help.

    I will be starting a part-time PGCE course at the IOE in Sept. Since the bursaries have been cut for primary courses, I will definitely need to work more than expected.

    I have looked at the timetable for last year and have noticed that there aren't consistent days off. Does anyone have any experience of trying to find a part time job that that works around a timetable that changes on a weekly basis? Oh, and one that allows for the 2 long school placements?!!

    I am currently working as a governess but I know most families are looking for more consistency.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks! (sorry about the lack of para's - TES doesn't like mac!)
     

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