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Long-term supply - changing schools?

Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by halfajack, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. halfajack

    halfajack Occasional commenter

    Pay & Conditions or Supply forum? Couldn't decide so plumped for Opinion! Situation: a teacher has worked long-term supply in the same school for about a year and a half. Other long-term posts have come up in other schools in the same authority and said teacher would, for various reasons, like to move to one of those if possible.

    Is this possible/advisable?
     
  2. halfajack

    halfajack Occasional commenter

    Pay & Conditions or Supply forum? Couldn't decide so plumped for Opinion! Situation: a teacher has worked long-term supply in the same school for about a year and a half. Other long-term posts have come up in other schools in the same authority and said teacher would, for various reasons, like to move to one of those if possible.

    Is this possible/advisable?
     
  3. Yes, it is possible. Nope, it is not advisable. If one has a long term supply post, stick with it. If one chooses to be anything other than a sheep, one will get screwed. Simple.
     

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