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Job shares from Headteacher viewpoint - pros and cons

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by Time4Tea, May 24, 2011.

  1. Time4Tea

    Time4Tea New commenter

    Wondered if any Heads would be prepared to share their views.
    Am working for a great Headteacher but one who admits to being a bit traditional on the subject of job shares and has a strong preference for full timers.
    Are there advantages from a management point of view or is it all extra hassle for the Head? Are there benefits to the children in a job share class, or do they tend to lose out?
    Any thoughts very welcome.
     
  2. Time4Tea

    Time4Tea New commenter

    Wondered if any Heads would be prepared to share their views.
    Am working for a great Headteacher but one who admits to being a bit traditional on the subject of job shares and has a strong preference for full timers.
    Are there advantages from a management point of view or is it all extra hassle for the Head? Are there benefits to the children in a job share class, or do they tend to lose out?
    Any thoughts very welcome.
     

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