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Is this reasonable?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Professor Dumbledore, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. Professor Dumbledore

    Professor Dumbledore New commenter

    Oh get this as well. Last year I was graded Satisfactory for a lesson I felt was good. The reason was my Autistic boy had a bit of a kick off toward the end of the lesson due to his neighbour swapping pencils. It was quickly sorted and the lesson was concluded as planned. The adviser (total ***) told me the lesson could have been graded good if my planning had reflected the possibility of this happening. Eg, "Ensure TA is working with XX at this point of the lesson to ensure he remains on task." Now THAT is pointless planning. Should I put that in every stage of every lesson just in case??
  2. oldsomeman

    oldsomeman Star commenter

    if i were you Pd id go now not next year..............money could be very tight next year
    Ps | county advisors often are never right....the do it according to ofsted fear

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