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Discussion in 'Personal' started by lilachardy, Nov 22, 2015.
Just curious, due to a conversation about writing reports.
I'm in the 150 - 199 bracket.
I've had three 0.5 jobs in the past twelve years, and in each case, I taught more pupils than all the other full-timers in the depts.
(Sad ******* that I am I used to work it out!)
Edit: by all, I meant each individual full-timer. Bitter? Moi?
About three quarters of them - Boom Boom!
75 this year (new school - girls' indie); last year (grammar/academy): 320 in KS3, 35 in KS4 and 17 in KS5 - reports, tests and workbook/exercise marking took hours. This year, much, much more manageable and I have a much better work/life balance!
170 and I am a trainee!
Forgot to say part time
I'm winning so far!!
270 ish. Keeps going up as year 10 students get moved out of options subjects and dumped in with me!
Well over 300 but we rotate groups in Year 9 and Year 11
Most of my KS3 classes have over 30 students (one is 36 believe it or not)