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Has anyone located a school paying teachers £65k yet?

Discussion in 'Education news' started by gregometer, Nov 7, 2015.

  1. gregometer

    gregometer Occasional commenter

    I'm still eagerly waiting to see where these teachers are. Nearly all the adverts I see are in the £20k - £35k area, with the odd one above that. I'd like to apply for a £65k job teaching with no responsibilities so am wanting to know which schools to look out for.

  2. drek

    drek Star commenter

    Yes, but they don't teach, they are too outstanding apparently to teach. The irony of this fact escapes everyone!
    According to the elitest theory they must be handed a whip. as soon as they are able to produce an 'ofsted' outstanding show lesson, never mind that such lessons might actually bring about staff shortages. and result in student results going down!
    Their job is to use the leadership 'my data' whip or the 'I am now bestowed with the power to observe and support you to death' whip to help the 'board of directors' reduce the cost of wages.
    IceCreamVanMan likes this.
  3. drek

    drek Star commenter

    The 65k salary is a bribe to join a very ..... Elite.... Club of non teaching teachers
    IceCreamVanMan likes this.

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