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MFL JOB advert

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by timboleicester123, Nov 29, 2011.




  1. £9.56 / hour

    http://www.jobsite.co.uk/job/temporary-teacher-of-mfl-940953647?src=search_feat


    Is this allowed?
     
  2. emmadrg

    emmadrg New commenter

    Seems very low, even for NQT wages. Sounds even like instructor or CS rates. I'd query it.
     


  3. That's what I mean they seem to be advertising for a teacher and telling them how much they will pay
    irrespective of pay scales and the like.
     
  4. historygrump

    historygrump Senior commenter Forum guide

    The pay is shocking, lets say you work in a school for 6 hours or 7 hours, you are earning between £60 and £70 a day at the very best. This is unqualified pay rates in my view and for that they expect to plan, mark and teach lessons, they are having a laugh at the teachers expence.
     
  5. jubilee

    jubilee Star commenter

    Is it perhaps a misprint?
    £19-65 per hour, not £9-65, would be in line with teacher rates at about M2/M3 level.
     

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