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Last day of term before Easter break

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by alt1979, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. I am going back into work after 12 months off on Friday. I have no idea what year groups I'll be teaching or what subjects.
    Any ideas of what I can do with the different lessons.
    Thanks in advance
  2. strawbs

    strawbs Occasional commenter

    errr.........surely there is someone at the school you can ask?????
    Or do you mean it will be your first day on supply - in that case, there should be work left for you.
  3. phlogiston

    phlogiston Star commenter

    When this was me I expected to discuss my return to work with someone prior to arrival.
  4. Erm, what subject did you teach before your break? Is it even faintly
    possible that you might be teaching something related to that? For
    example, if you taught English and drama, presumably they won't have put you down to teach the A-level physics and history top sets...
    Frankly, given its the last day before the Easter break, i'd spend every lesson teaching the *** to juggle. Seriously. You can't prepare anything else in one day when you don't even know what years or subjects you'll be teaching.
    Have you thought of phoning your old HoD to ask?

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